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FSA is currently seeking Litigation Financial Analysts to work in the D.C. Metro Area. This posting is for anticipated vacancies that we expect to come available in the near future. A Litigation Financial Analyst executes the following duties: Assists prosecutors in reviewing and analyzing financial records obtained during investigations to determine the source and flow of funds, the nature and vo...
A Forfeiture Financial Specialist executes the following duties: Monitors and analyzes the financial operations of assigned districts. Assists districts by providing: (1) guidance relative to complex financial assets; (2) support for preparation of annual Asset Forfeiture Fund audit samples; and (3) other support as required. Identifies potential issues, performs technical and factual research, an...
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