Defense looking for a few good auditors for IG

The Defense Department is looking for more than 100 experienced auditors to work in the Office of the Deputy Inspector General for Auditing.

DOD will use direct-hire authority, granted this month by the Office of Personnel Management, to recruit the auditors at grade levels 11 through 15. Those levels require specialized skills and management experience in auditing financial statements and systems.

The authority expires on June 30, 2006. During the next three years, Defense officials project the department will need to fill an additional 200 auditor vacancies at grade levels 11 and above.

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