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Volume 14 - Number 18

September 5, 2014

FHFA-IG Help Wanted: Firearms-Proficient Criminal Investigator

The Inspector General of the Federal Housing Finance Agency is looking for a supervisory criminal investigator to work on what it calls “unique, complex and sensitive projects,” according to a recent employment ad posted on The applicant, who must have a top secret security clearance, can earn anywhere from $134,000 to $227,000 per year. The in-house investigator would supervise the IG’s hotline team at least 25 percent of the time, and manage and maintain both the Computer Investigative Forensics Program and the National Firearms and Training Program of the department, among other duties.

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