Document Management Analyst
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 Washington DC, DC

SAIC is seeking a Document Management Analyst to support the OCGS (Organized Crime and Gangs Unit) within DOJ. This position will be on site in Washington DC.

Organized Crime and Gang Section (OCGS) coordinates the Department's program to combat

organized crime. The principal enforcement efforts are currently directed against international

organized crime groups, which pose serious threats to the well-being of Americans and the

stability of our economy.

OCGS supervises and assists in the investigation and prosecution of organized crime cases in

United States Attorney's Offices across the country. These cases involve a broad spectrum of

criminal statutes, including extortion, murder, bribery, fraud, money-laundering narcotics, and

labor racketeering.

In a more specialized context, OCGS also coordinates the Department's labor-management

racketeering program. OCGS provides expert advice and litigation support to prosecutors and

investigators pursuing corruption and abuse involving labor-management relations, internal

union affairs and employee pension and health plans in the private sector

OCGS prosecutors investigate and prosecute important gang cases, formulate violent crime and

gang prosecution policy, assist and coordinate with USAOs on legal issues and multi-district

cases, and work with numerous domestic and foreign law enforcement agencies to construct and

coordinate effective enforcement strategies. OCGS also maintains responsibility over all

domestic violent crime and firearms related statutes within the United States Code.

Works under the direction of a Supervisory Paralegal or a Project Supervisor. Work products are reviewed prior to submission; however, often develops these products with minimal direct supervision other than written guidelines. In addition to functions performed by Paralegals, described below, performs moderately complex legal research; synopsizes transcripts of hearings and oral arguments for attorney use; reviews case related materials and, for example, identifies potentially conflicting statements or areas requiring further investigation; writes preliminary drafts of simple legal memoranda and correspondence. Contact mostly with other Contractor staff, but occasional contact with trial staff may be required.

Organized Crime and Gang Section (OCGS) coordinates the Department's program to combat

organized crime. The principal enforcement efforts are currently directed against international

organized crime groups, which pose serious threats to the well-being of Americans and the

stability of our economy.

OCGS supervises and assists in the investigation and prosecution of organized crime cases in

United States Attorney's Offices across the country. These cases involve a broad spectrum of

criminal statutes, including extortion, murder, bribery, fraud, money-laundering narcotics, and

labor racketeering.

In a more specialized context, OCGS also coordinates the Department's labor-management

racketeering program. OCGS provides expert advice and litigation support to prosecutors and

investigators pursuing corruption and abuse involving labor-management relations, internal

union affairs and employee pension and health plans in the private sector

OCGS prosecutors investigate and prosecute important gang cases, formulate violent crime and

gang prosecution policy, assist and coordinate with USAOs on legal issues and multi-district

cases, and work with numerous domestic and foreign law enforcement agencies to construct and

coordinate effective enforcement strategies. OCGS also maintains responsibility over all

domestic violent crime and firearms related statutes within the United States Code.

Works under the direction of a Supervisory Paralegal or a Project Supervisor. Work products are reviewed prior to submission; however, often develops these products with minimal direct supervision other than written guidelines. In addition to functions performed by Paralegals, described below, performs moderately complex legal research; synopsizes transcripts of hearings and oral arguments for attorney use; reviews case related materials and, for example, identifies potentially conflicting statements or areas requiring further investigation; writes preliminary drafts of simple legal memoranda and correspondence. Contact mostly with other Contractor staff, but occasional contact with trial staff may be required.

Three years of experience on major litigation support projects or undergraduate degree

·Relativity experience

Excellent writing skills and oral communication capabilities

Ability to obtain a DOJ Public Trust security clearance

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