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Office of the Inspector General


The OIG's nationwide workforce of more than 400 employees includes auditors, program analysts, criminal investigators, attorneys, and administrative and support personnel. In addition to headquarters' units in Washington, D.C., and Audit and Investigations Division field offices in Rosslyn, Virginia, the OIG has offices in the following cities: Chicago, Dallas, Houston, El Paso, New York, Trenton, Boston, Philadelphia, Detroit, Atlanta, Miami, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Tucson, and Denver.

The OIG is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Minorities, women, veterans, and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Available Opportunities

The OIG posts all job announcements directly to – the one-stop source for Federal jobs and employment opportunities sponsored by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management. If you want to know what the OIG has available, be sure to check the site. You may access current OIG vacancy announcements by performing the following:

  1. Click on the advanced search of;
  2. Select the Department of Justice under Agency Search;
  3. Select Justice, Office of the Inspector General, under Refine Your Agency Choice and click on Add;
  4. Depending on your status, select Yes or No under Applicant Eligibility;
  5. Click on Search Jobs.

The above will allow you to configure your search to pull up OIG postings. If you want to view OIG vacancies open to Federal Employees only, select Federal Employees under Refine Your Results in the left column. If you want to view OIG vacancies open to all sources, select U.S. Citizens under Refine Your Results in the left column. will also send you an email when positions that meet your criteria are posted. To receive automated job alerts become a My USAJobs member.

Benefits of Working for the OIG

In addition to a competitive starting salary, OIG employees may qualify for the following benefits:

OIG Recruitment Brochures

Updated: October 2013
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In memory of OIG Special Agent William "Buddy" Sentner