The IRS Insider Threat Capability (InTC) is aligned with and supports the Department of the Treasury's Insider Threat Program. It is purposed towards identifying, analyzing, and reporting behavioral anomalies to the appropriate entity; and identifying risk to IRS systems, people, and resources. Member is responsible for the following:
- advise the client on all aspects of insider threat, to include program background, capability management, investigative analysis methods, and risk identification and mitigation
- work with and provide direction to a team of data scientists and analysts to guide efforts in identifying anomalous behaviors across IRS
- document findings and manage the information flow of the report (Form 1) from inception to archive
- coordination and deconfliction of any findings with IRS entities to include but not limited to Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) law enforcement agents and supporting analysts; Human Capital Office security specialists; Treasury counterintelligence agents; physical and cybersecurity specialists; trusted personnel and stakeholders as necessary to accomplish InTC goals and objectives
- management and facilitation of governance processes, administration, and workflow supporting the InTC, to include analytic, reporting, and archiving processes that are overseen by the InTC governance framework
- compile and accomplish monthly deliverable reports in support of contractual requirements
- travel to client sites as required to support InTC goals and objectives
- advise, create, coordinate, and staff policy and procedures in support of InTC
- assess and implement community best practives as necessary to support InTC goals and objectives
- represent IRS InTC equities to the Insider Threat community across government
Demonstrated work history as a senior credentialed counterintelligence and law enforcement (CI/LE) special agent.
Demonstrated work history as a senior leader and manager within a CI/LE organization
Demonstrated work history with policy, program management, governance, risk management, and analysis functions within a CI/LE organization and/or at the departmental level
Familiarity with Insider Threat program management and analysis; and fraud detection and analysis
Strong working ability with Microsoft Office products such as excel, powerpoint, and word
Ability to obtain a position of public trust (i.e., possesses a minimum secret security clearance)
Experience with data analysis tools and languages, to include SPLUNK, SAS, and R
Active Top Secret clearance with polygraph
Certified Fraud Examiner
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