Industry Presentation & Recruiting Event: Employment Opportunities at the DoD Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG)
Event Start Date: Thursday, February 16, 2023 - 5:00 pm
Event End Date: Thursday, February 16, 2023 - 6:00 pm
Location: UMD College Park, Hornbake South, Room 2119 (In Person, Registration Required)
UMD College of Information Studies (INFO) Students—join us for Employment Opportunities at the DoD Office of Inspector General (DoD OIG)
This is a free event, open to all INFO College students. Food will be provided.
Join panelists from the Cyberspace Operations Directorate of the US Department of Defense Office of Inspector General, who will discuss opportunities for iSchool graduates. CSO periodically and regularly hires auditors and information technology specialists throughout the year and has current vacancies in both its headquarters in Alexandria, VA and its Yorktown, VA Field Office. A job in CSO will prepare you for an exciting career in DoD technology, project management, and Federal oversight. More information is on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/dod-inspector-general
About the DoD OIG: The DoD OIG combats fraud, waste and abuse in the Department of Defense by conducting audits, investigations and evaluations. DoD OIG Oversight responsibilities extend across to all uniformed Service components, DoD agencies and field activities, and important elements of the U.S. intelligence community. The force structure of the DoD includes 2.12 million military personnel across all military branches, as well as nearly 753,000 DoD civilian employees. DoD financial statements include trillions in assets, and the FY 2023 Total Budget Request totals near $773 billion.
About the DoD OIG Audit/Cyberspace Operations Directorate (CSO): The CSO mission is to conduct independent, relevant, and timely audits on Cyberspace Operations and Special Access Programs at the DoD, provide actionable recommendations to improve DoD operations, and provide value by keeping our stakeholders fully informed about problems, deficiencies, and progress of corrective actions. CSO intends to be a leader within the Federal Oversight community by building and maintaining a dedicated and highly trained cyber and special access programs audit workforce, collaborating with others within and outside the DoD OIG, and leveraging emerging technology and innovation to conduct our audits.
Note: The DoD OIG is only able to hire current U.S. citizens eligible for a DoD security clearance, but the speakers will talk about their previous personal experiences working with non-US citizens on technology projects with the DoD.