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Investigator Services
Ref No.: 18-06214
Location: San Francisco, California
Start Date: 09/30/2018
Order # RFQ1325890
Job Title Investigator Services
Number of resumes 4 resumes each
Resume Due 09/06/2018 EOD

Job Description
Job Title Investigator
Client The United States Attorney's Office, Northern District of California of Department of Justice
Place of Performance Civil Division United States Attorney's Office Northern District of California 450 Golden Gate Avenue, 9 th Floor San Francisco, CA 94102
Resume Due 09/11/2018 EOD
Number of Positions 1
No of Resumes 4
Working Hours Official office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday-Friday, excluding Federal holidays.
Period of performance One base year and 2 optional years (1920 hours each)
The base period of performance shall begin on September 30, 2018 and end September 29, 2019 with two (2) years Optional renewal.
US Citizen U.S citizen
Travel Travel is not required
Security Contractor personnel will require a security clearance and must undergo a background investigation commensurate with the assessed risk level.

The Abacus shall provide Investigator services in support of Affirmative Civil Enforcement (ACE), working in conjunction with AUSAs and other legal support personnel assigned to qui tam and civil corporate fraud matters.

Job Duties
  1. Investigate qui tam and corporate fraud matters as part of civil case prosecutions.
  2. Interview individuals who are affected by or have knowledge of fraudulent activity, including complainants, employers, and witnesses.
  3. Research records and transactions, particularly those that are electronic, and conduct surveillance to collect evidence of fraudulent activity.
  4. Prepare detailed reports, making clear conclusions regarding assigned subject matter.
  5. May conduct special studies, present investigation results and testify in court, in cooperation with representatives from other agencies and departments

Experience, degree & skills

Degree/Certifications Required: Bachelor's degree in criminal justice, economic crime, fraud management, accounting, law, or business administration, or another related field
Experience: Four or more years of related experience investigating fraud in civil or criminal matters.

Knowledge and Skills: The Contractor must have demonstrated skills and experience with conducting investigations, to include interviewing, taking statements, obtaining information from public records, tracing illicit transactions, evaluating deception and report writing. Contractor must also have critical thinking skills, good communication and organizational skills, the ability to deliver highest quality work under pressure and changing deadlines. Additionally, the following knowledge, skills and abilities are desired
  1. State licensure as a fraud examiner or certification as a fraud examiner obtained through the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE).
  2. Experience or knowledge with criminal or civil investigations, background investigations, suspect business practices, or insurance casualty claims.
  3. Experience or knowledge of fraud prevention and deterrence principles, to include crime causation, white-collar crime, occupational fraud, and/or fraud risk assessment.
  4. Experience or knowledge of financial transactions and fraud schemes, to include basic accounting and auditing theory, internal controls to deter fraud and other auditing and accounting matters.
  5. Experience or knowledge with the legal ramifications of conducting fraud examinations, including criminal and civil law, rules of evidence, rights of the accused and accuser, and expert witness matters.