Deadline: December 14

The Office of the Attorney General (OAG) is seeking a digital communications intern to join a collaborative team that works to promote the interests of the District and its residents. The intern will be involved in the day-to-day activities of creating engaging social media content and monitoring its effectiveness, developing infographics and educational videos, drafting blog content, and assisting in other areas as needed. The candidate should have excellent writing and people skills, a strong work ethic, and a great attitude. A passion for story telling is essential for this internship.

The schedule for this internship is flexible, but requires between of 15-20 hours per week.

Responsibilities:

  • Create engaging social media and blog content
  • Develop infographics that enhance overall messaging
  • Film and edit videos that educate the public about OAG initiatives
  • Monitor analytics to identify areas of strength and growth
  • Assist in the creation and distribution of press releases and media alerts
  • Assist with compiling daily news clips
  • Provide support to our communications team at live and online events

Qualifications:

  • Preferred: College senior pursuing a degree in communications or related field; Bachelor’s Degree in Communications or related field.
  • Experience in social media/marketing preferred
  • In-depth working knowledge of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and social media analytics
  • Basic knowledge of photo- and video-editing software, preferably Adobe Suite.
  • Experience using professional video and photography cameras
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills

To apply, please email OAG.Internship@dc.gov and include:

  • Resume
  • Writing samples (Combination of two: press release, speech, blog post or social and online content is preferred)
  • Two professional or educational references
  • Optional: Examples of infographics you designed or links to videos you created

The Office of Attorney General for the District of Columbia is an equal opportunity employer. We value a diverse workforce and an inclusive culture. OAG encourages applications from all qualified individuals without regard to arrest or conviction, race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, national origin, marital status, citizenship, disability, and veteran status.

De conformidad con la Ley del Distrito de Columbia (ver código §22-3020.52[a] del DC), cualquier persona de 18 años o más que sepa o tenga motivos razonables para creer que un menor de 16 años es víctima de abuso sexual debe denunciar inmediatamente tal conocimiento o creencia a la policía (911) o a la Agencia de Servicios a Niños y Familias del DC (202-671-SAFE).

Existen denunciantes obligatorios que deben denunciar todo abuso o abandono de menores

Los requerimientos de denuncia obligatoria ayudan a proteger a los menores de situaciones perjudiciales y garantizan que los funcionario de orden público y trabajadores sociales puedan comenzar a investigar inmediatamente. Además de la obligación general de denunciar la sospecha de abuso sexual, la ley del DC también requiere que ciertas personas que trabajan regularmente con menores sean "denunciantes obligatorios" de sospecha de abuso o abandono de menores de cualquier tipo y de ciertas otras lesiones a menores de 18 años (ver más abajo). Esto significa que tienen la obligación legal de denunciar cualquier tipo de sospecha de abuso de menores a los agentes de la ley y trabajadores sociales inmediatamente y sin demora.

¿Quién es un denunciante obligatorio?

Los denunciantes obligatorios se definen según la ley (ver código §4-1321.02 del DC) como las personas que deben denunciar las sospechas de abuso físico o sexual o abandono de menores. Estas son personas que trabajan en ciertas profesiones en las que entran en contacto regular y cercano con menores, como:

  • funcionarios escolares, maestros y entrenadores;
  • empleados del Departamento de Parques y Recreación;
  • gestores residentes de viviendas públicas;
  • trabajadores de servicios sociales;
  • trabajadores de guarderías;
  • personas involucradas en el cuidado y tratamiento de pacientes, incluidos: médicos, psicólogos, examinadores médicos, odontólogos, quiroprácticos, enfermeras tituladas y enfermeras con licencia para practicar;
  • Funcionarios de orden público;
  • oficial humano de cualquier agencia encargada de la aplicación de las leyes de crueldad animal;
  • empleados, agentes y proveedores de la Agencia de Servicios a Niños y Familias;
  • consejeros del tráfico de personas, según lo define el código §14-311(2) del DC;
  • consejeros de violencia doméstica, según lo define el código §14-310(a)(2) del DC; y
  • profesionales de salud mental, según lo define el código §7-1201.01(11).

¿Cuándo y qué tipo de información debo denunciar a las autoridades?

Los denunciantes obligatorios deben notificar cuando saben o sospechan que un menor a quien han conocido durante su trabajo profesional:

  • sufre de abandono (su padre/madre o tutor no le brinda vivienda, comida, vestimenta o higiene adecuados);
  • sufre de abuso (físico o mental);
  • está expuesto a violencia doméstica;
  • está en inminente peligro de sufrir abuso debido al abuso de un hermano u otro menor que vive en la misma vivienda;
  • tiene un padre/madre que está intoxicado, encarcelado o que sufre de una deficiencia en su capacidad mental o física (p.ej., uso de drogas o enfermedad mental) y no puede o no quiere proporcionarle cuidados;
  • está expuesto regularmente a actividad de drogas ilegales;
  • ha estado o está en peligro inmediato de ser víctima de abuso sexual o intento de abuso sexual; es víctima de trata de personas; o ha sido herido por una bala, un cuchillo u otro objeto afilado por medios no accidentales (independientemente del hecho de que el autor fue un pariente, un conocido o un extraño).

¿Cómo denuncio esta información a las autoridades?

Puede denunciar esta información al 202-671-SAFE (202-671-7233) del Distrito de Columbia.

Además, le ofrecemos algunos aspectos importantes que debe saber:

  • Un denunciante obligatorio que trabaja en un hospital, escuela, agencia social u organización similar, también debe informar la sospecha de abuso de menores a la persona encargada de esa organización. 
  • La persona encargada del hospital, escuela, agencia social u organización similar que recibe una denuncia de sospecha de abuso de menores de un denunciante obligatorio, también debe denunciar la sospecha de abuso a las autoridades.
  • Escuche cuando un menor le comunica sobre un evento para determinar si este parece ser abuso o abandono de menores, pero no intente investigar más allá. Denuncie inmediatamente a las autoridades lo expuesto por el menor y permita que profesionales entrenados determinen si ha ocurrido un crimen o si es necesaria una intervención de bienestar infantil.

¿Qué sucede si el denunciante obligatorio no denuncia?

En conformidad con la ley del DC, los denunciantes obligatorios que decidan no denunciar pueden ser enjuiciados por la Oficina del Fiscal General. Las penalidades incluyen una multa de hasta $1,000, prisión hasta por 180 días, o ambas.

¿Qué sucede si no hago la denuncia un abuso sexual de menores?

De conformidad con la ley del DC, el no denunciar que un menor de 16 años puede que sea víctima de abuso sexual podría dar lugar a una multa de $300.

¿Qué sucede si no estoy seguro de que debo denunciar o estoy preocupado por la confidencialidad?

Si no está seguro de que debe denunciar, no demore y denuncie inmediatamente.

Obtenga más información sobre denuncia obligatoria en: https://dc.mandatedreporter.org/

GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

 

POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

ANNOUNCEMENT NO:        

#03-2019

POSITION TITLE:

Workforce Development Specialist

   (Bilingual)

POSITION GRADE & SERIES:     

CS-142-12  (Step 1 to Step 4)

 

PROMOTION POTENTIAL:  None

SALARY RANGE:   $79,930 –$87,376

 

**Salary in this range will be based on a multitude of factors including applicable rules, regulations and guidelines.

OPENING DATE:    October 16, 2018

CLOSING DATE:      November 2, 2018

DURATION OF APPOINTMENT: Term Appointment Not to Exceed 13 months

AREA OF CONSIDERATION: Open to the Public

WORKSITE LOCATION:

Office of the Attorney General

   for the District of Columbia

Child Support Services Division

First Response Unit

441 4th Street NW

Washington, DC 20001

NO. OF VACANCIES:   One (1)

This position is in the collective bargaining unit represented by AFSCME Local 2401 and you may be required to pay an agency service fee through direct payroll deduction.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:  This position is located in the Child Support Services Division, (CSSD), First Response Unit of the Office of the Attorney General (OAG). CSSD is responsible for enhancing the well-being of children by assuring that accurate and timely financial and medical support is provided.    

Duties include:   

  • Provides customer service to a diverse customer base.
  • Assesses customer’s needs and suitability for occupational training as well as job and/or training opportunities that will lead to employment opportunities.  Assists with matching customers with job placement opportunities and make referrals in Virtual One Stop (VOS) system.
  • Aid in staffing the Child Support Services Division Alternative Solutions Center. Communicates and follow up with customers in a timely manner.
  • Enters customer data, service delivery codes, and case notes into Virtual One Stop (VOS), Alternative Solution Center Systems, and any applicable partner data management systems, as specified in partner agreement; creates, processes and maintains customer files.
  • Assists with pre-screening events for employment opportunities.
  • Appears at hearings before DC Superior Court and provides program participant information to the Court and assigned assistant attorneys.
  • Monitors the customers’ progress and provides effective case management for child support and job development.
  • Assists customers in resolving barriers to employment by identifying other services, benefits, and community resources.
  • Develops daily log of participation and utilization of programs CSSD offer.
  • Coordinates outreach activities, community events, programs and services to meet client needs, including public education campaigns and training seminars. This may include attending outreach events outside of normal business hours. 
  • Takes initiative and uses independent judgment in accomplishing the daily coordination and execution of activities.
  • Coordinates with other agencies in order to carry out the mission and functions of CSSD and in particular its workforce operations.
  • Ensures the transmission of appropriate information to various audiences.
  • Keeps the community abreast of CSSD’s mission, which is instrumental in identifying potential stakeholders.  

QUALIFICATIONS:   Candidates must have at least one (1) year of Specialized Experience. Specialized Experience is experience that equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position, and that is typically in or related to the work of the position to be filled. To be creditable, at least one (1) year of specialized experience must have been equivalent to at least the next lower grade level in the normal line of progression for the occupation in the organization.  Amharic or Spanish Bilingual applicants preferred.

Substitution of Education:  A substitution of education for required experience will be allowed as defined in OPM's Qualification Standards. However, in order to receive credit, applicants must submit official proof of educational attainment at the time of application. Time-in-grade Restrictions: Time in grade restrictions must be met by the closing date of this vacancy announcement.  

SUBMISSION OF RANKING FACTORS:  The following ranking factors will be used in the evaluation process.  All applicants MUST respond to the ranking factors.   Please respond specifically to the ranking factor(s) by either typing directly into the free form area provided in the DC2000 Employment Application, or by pasting from a text document.  Please describe specific incidents of sustained achievement from your experience that show evidence of the level at which you are applying.  You may refer to any experience, education, training, awards, outside activities, etc. that includes the degree to which you possess the job-related knowledge, skills and abilities described in the ranking factors.  The information given in response to the ranking factors should be complete and accurate to the best of your knowledge.   

FAILURE TO RESPOND TO ALL RANKING FACTORS WILL ELIMINATE YOU FROM CONSIDERATION.  

Ranking Factor #1:   Knowledge of the mission, functions, organizations, policies, and requirements of the District and Federal governments as well as work processes of CSSD programs. 

Ranking Factor #2:   Knowledge of communications and public relations’ principles and practices. 

Ranking Factor #3:   Skill in the use of PowerPoint, Microsoft Office, Desktop Publisher, and other computer programs for creating and maintaining databases, presentations, accompanying materials as well as extracting data for reports. 

Ranking Factor #4:   Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, a variety of legalistic and complex issues in a persuasive and professional manner. 

Ranking Factor #5:   Ability to develop effective relationships with clients, public/private organizations, and individuals. 

Ranking Factor #6:   Ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing in English. Fluency in Amharic or Spanish.  

OTHER INFORMATION:  A background investigation will be conducted.

Please see below attachment for details.

GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

 

POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

 

*AMENDED*

 

This announcement has been amended to reflect the position is not in the collective bargaining unit.

ANNOUNCEMENT NO:       #19-002

POSITION TITLE:  

TRIAL ATTORNEY

(Equity Section)

POSITION GRADE & SERIES:  LS 12/1 to 14/1

SALARY RANGE:   $82,708 – $116,228

 

Salary in this range will be based on a multitude of factors including applicable rules, regulations and guidelines. 

OPENING DATE:   October 15, 2018

CLOSING DATE:   November 5, 2018

DURATION OF APPOINTMENT: Permanent

AREA OF CONSIDERATION: Open to the Public

WORKSITE LOCATION:

Office of the Attorney General

   for the District of Columbia

Public Interest Division

Equity Section

441 4th Street NW

Washington, DC 20001

NO. OF VACANCIES:  One (1)

This position is outside of the collective bargaining unit.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:   The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia seeks a trial attorney for the Equity Section of its Public Interest Division. The Equity Section defends the District of Columbia in class actions and other major civil lawsuits filed in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia and the Superior Court of the District of Columbia, particularly those cases that seek declaratory and injunctive relief. 

The successful candidate will defend the District of Columbia and its executive level agencies, officials, and employees in complex constitutional litigation brought against the District challenging its laws, regulations, policies and practices. These cases are high profile and seek injunctive and other declaratory relief, with substantial impact on executive level agencies and their programs and policies. The cases often implicate claims under the First, Second, Fourth, Fifth, and Eighth Amendments to the Constitution. The candidate will defend all class action and other systemic challenges to the services, practices, conditions and care provided by District agencies and departments, and challenges to their component operations; civil actions seeking to enjoin enforcement of or otherwise challenge District laws; and civil actions challenging many regulatory actions taken by District agencies. These cases vary from individual to class action complaints and from singular to system-wide challenges. Because the cases often address purported systemic problems with agency programs, practices, and policies, the candidate typically will advise several constituent District agencies on matters related to pending litigation and matters where there are orders awarding permanent injunctive relief. This includes Court oversight of various consent decrees and other ongoing court monitoring of judicial relief. 

The successful candidate will file pleadings, conduct and respond to written and oral discovery, file dispositive motions, negotiate settlements, advise agency personnel on policies and practices challenged in litigation, and conduct trials and contested hearings. There is substantial contact with client agencies. The position requires knowledge of municipal law and significant civil litigation experience. Prior civil litigation experience must include trials or evidentiary hearings, motions and discovery practice, taking and defending depositions, and a thorough knowledge of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.                                                                

QUALIFICATIONS:  The successful candidate must possess strong negotiation, litigation, and analytical skills, and excellent legal research, oral and written advocacy skills. The candidate also must have the ability and willingness to manage several complex cases at one time. 

ELIGIBILITY:  The successful candidate must have a law degree and be an active member in good standing of the bar of any jurisdiction.  If not a member of the District of Columbia Bar, the candidate must be sworn into the District of Columbia Bar within 360 days of his/her initial appointment with the Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia. 

OTHER INFORMATION:  The selected candidate will be subject to a background investigation including reference checks.

Please see below attachment for details.

 

**En español**

Everyone Has an Obligation to Report Child Sex Abuse

Under District of Columbia law (see D.C. Code §22-3020.52[a]), any person 18 or older who knows, or has reasonable cause to believe, that a child under the age of 16 is a victim of sexual abuse must immediately report such knowledge or belief to the police (911) or the D.C. Child and Family Services Agency (202-671-SAFE).

There are Mandated Reporters Who Must Report All Child Abuse or Neglect

Mandatory reporting requirements help protect children from harmful situations and ensure that law enforcement officials and social workers can immediately begin investigating. In addition to the general obligation to report suspected sexual abuse, D.C. law also requires certain people who regularly work with children to be “mandated reporters” for suspected child abuse or neglect of any kind and for certain other injuries to children under the age of 18 (see below). This means they have a legal obligation to report any kind of suspected mistreatment of children to law enforcement and social services immediately and without delay.

Who Is a Mandated Reporter?

Mandated reporters are defined by law (see D.C. Code §4-1321.02) as people who must report suspicions of child physical or sexual abuse or neglect. These are people who work in certain professions where they come into regular close contact with children, such as:

  • School officials, teachers, and athletic coaches;
  • Department of Parks and Recreation employees;
  • Public housing resident managers;
  • Social service workers;
  • Daycare workers;
  • Persons involved in the care and treatment of patients, including: physicians, psychologists, medical examiners, dentists, chiropractors, registered nurses, and licensed practical nurses;
  • Law-enforcement officers;
  • Humane officer of any agency charged with the enforcement of animal cruelty laws;
  • Child and Family Services Agency employees, agents and contractors;
  • Human trafficking counselors as defined in D.C. Code §14-311(2);
  • Domestic violence counselors as defined in D.C. Code §14-310(a)(2); and
  • Mental health professionals as defined in D.C. Code §7-1201.01(11).

When and What Kind of Information Must I Report to Authorities?

Mandated reporters must report when they know or suspect that a child whom they have encountered through their professional work:

  • Is being neglected (his or her parent or guardian is not providing adequate housing, food, clothing, hygiene);
  • Is being abused (physically or mentally);
  • Is being exposed to domestic violence;
  • Is in imminent danger of being abused due to the abuse of a sibling or other child living in the same household;
  • Has a parent who is intoxicated, incarcerated or suffering from a fault in their mental or physical capacity (i.e. drug use or mental illness) and is unable or unwilling to provide care;
  • Is being regularly exposed to illegal drug activity;
  • Has been or is in immediate danger of being the victim of sexual abuse or attempted sexual abuse; is a victim of human trafficking; or has been injured by a bullet, a knife or other sharp object by non-accidental means – regardless of whether the perpetrator was a family member, acquaintance, or stranger.

How Do I Report This Information to Authorities?

You can report this information to the District of Columbia at 202-671-SAFE (202-671-7233).

In addition, here are some important things to know:

  • A mandated reporter working in a hospital, school, social agency, or similar organization, is also required to inform the person in charge of that organization of suspected child abuse.
  • The person in charge of a hospital, school, social agency, or similar organization who receives a report about suspected child abuse from a mandated reporter is also required to report the suspected abuse to the authorities.
  • Listen when a child is telling you about an event to determine if it appears to be child abuse or neglect, but do not attempt to investigate further. Immediately report the child’s account to the authorities and let trained professionals determine if a crime has occurred or if a child-welfare intervention is needed.

What Happens if a Mandated Reporter Doesn’t Report?

Under D.C. law, mandated reporters who fail to report can be prosecuted by the Office of the Attorney General. Penalties include a fine up to $1,000, imprisonment for up to 180 days, or both.

What Happens if I Do Not Report Child Sex Abuse?

Under D.C. law, failure to report that a child under the age of 16 may be a victim of sexual abuse could result in a $300 fine.

What if I’m Unsure if I Am Required to Report or Concerned About Confidentiality?

If you are unsure if you must report, do not delay and report immediately.

Learn more about mandated reporting at: https://dc.mandatedreporter.org/

 

GOVERNMENT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL

                                                                                           

                                                POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT

ANNOUNCEMENT NO:

# 34-2018     

POSITION TITLE: Statistician

POSITION GRADE & SERIES: ES-1530-7

 

 

PROMOTION POTENTIAL:  None

SALARY RANGE:  $83,585 - $114,625

 

Please note that this position is only budgeted to $114,625. Salary in this range will be based on a multitude of factors, including applicable rules, regulations and guidelines. 

OPENING DATE: October 3, 2018

CLOSING DATE: October 24, 2018

DURATION OF APPOINTMENT: Permanent Appointment

AREA OF CONSIDERATION: Open to the Public

WORKSITE LOCATION:

Office of the Attorney General

  for the District of Columbia

Immediate Office

441 4th Street, NW

Washington, D.C. 20001

NO. OF VACANCIES:  One (1)

 

TOUR OF DUTY: Monday Friday

                                 9:00am – 5:30pm

This position is not in the collective bargaining unit.

DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES:  The Office of the Attorney General for the District of Columbia (OAG) seeks a Statistician with a policy or social science background to work with its policy team within the Immediate Office of the Attorney General.  As the chief legal office for the District of Columbia, OAG enforces the laws of the District, defends and provides legal advice to the District’s government agencies and protects the interests of the District’s citizens.  In this new position, the Statistician will, under the guidance of the Senior Counsel for Policy, develop a program of research and analytics work to support the core mission of the agency.  

The first priorities for the position will focus on juvenile and criminal justice: using agency data to evaluate the effectiveness of the office’s criminal and juvenile justice reforms; looking at data from the juvenile justice, abuse and neglect, and child support systems to inform the work the office does with vulnerable youth; and making appropriate aggregate public safety data available to the public in line with open and transparent government.  Future projects might include incorporating predictive analytics into the office’s criminal justice, child support, and litigation work, and spearheading projects to use data analytics to initiate or support public interest litigation.  The Statistician will also seek out opportunities for learning that will complement the office’s existing capabilities, provide expert guidance to other senior members of the OAG team, and assist in training, mentoring, and hands-on assistance as needed. Specific near-term duties include: 

  • Collaborating with internal partners to evaluate the effectiveness of juvenile and criminal justice reform initiatives within OAG;
  • Collaborating with internal and external partners to create accessible open data platforms for public safety and other agency data;
  • Working with OAG IT staff to design and create dashboards, maps, or other data visualizations;
  • Contributing to interagency data efforts sponsored by the Office of the Chief Technology Officer and the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council;
  • Writing or contributing to white papers and other reports for public consumption;
  • Cultivating partnerships with universities and technology start-ups to enhance the office’s technological capacity;
  • Consulting on statistical and research matters relevant to OAG’s work;
  • Training staff on clean data collection, entry and storage;
  • Participating in relevant academic and professional conferences; and
  • Otherwise designing and consulting on OAG priorities and projects that involve data and statistical analysis.

Future duties could include:

  • Designing and consulting on open source intelligence research and big data analysis projects in order to support OAG’s public interest litigation and proactively identify new arenas for investigation or analysis; and
  • Designing and consulting on predictive analytics projects to help guide OAG’s work. 

QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must possess a bachelor’s degree and have at least three (3) years of specialized experience. A master’s degree in statistics, economics, or a related field and at least one year of experience, or a Ph.D. in statistics, economics, or a related field is preferred. Specialized experience is experience that equipped the applicant with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties of the position, and that is typically in or related to the work of the position to be filled. 

The ideal candidate will also have the following qualifications/skills:

  • Expertise with common statistical analytical tools
  • At a minimum, strong interest in common program languages, data visualization software and mapping tools
  • Considerable experience evaluating program effectiveness and using data for continuous program learning
  • Experience working with data scientists and technical staff to create and support business intelligence or other technology programs
  • Significant project management experience, from the inception and design phase through to full implementation
  • Willingness to tackle data collection and management challenges with an eye toward moving the agency to best practices
  • Curiosity and interest in public policy and public interest work, particularly in the criminal justice realm
  • Excellent communication skills, including with people who do not have an analytics background
  • Comfort working in a fast-paced, deadline-oriented environment
  • Self-starter with a desire to design and launch new initiatives
  • Experience working with lawyers, law offices, and/or in District of Columbia public policy is a plus.

SUBSTITUTION OF EDUCATION:  A substitution of education for required experience will be allowed as defined in OPM’s Qualification Standards. However, in order to receive credit, applicants must submit official proof of educational attainment at the time of application. 

SUBMISSION OF RANKING FACTORS:  The following ranking factors will be used in the evaluation process.  All applicants MUST respond to the ranking factors by submitting responses in the relevant area provided on the DC 2000 Employment Application.  Please describe specific achievements, experience, education, training, etc. that demonstrates the degree to which you possess the job-related knowledge, skills, and abilities described in the ranking factors.  The information given in response to the ranking factors should be complete and accurate to the best of your knowledge.   

FAILURE TO RESPOND TO ALL RANKING FACTORS WILL ELIMINATE YOU FROM CONSIDERATION.  

Ranking Factor #1: Mastery of and skill sufficient to visualize statistical and analytical methodology in relationship to the broad research, investigative or policy problem at hand.  Ability to advise on the optimum use of and possible expected contributions of statistics and analytics, as well as the limitations of those methods, to the initiatives of the office.

Ranking Factor #2: Mastery of statistical and analytical theories, principles, concepts and practices, and skill in applying statistical procedures, data or quantitative analysis, data collection techniques, and reduction of data from multiple sources. Mastery of statistical methods to include data experimental design, analysis of variance/regression, logistic regression as well as cost benefit analyses.

Ranking Factor #3: Significant project management skills and experience in planning, organizing and directing a program of work.  Demonstrated skill in problem solving, multitasking, and marshalling resources to design and conduct in-depth research and analysis and successfully complete complex projects. 

Ranking Factor #4: Superior skill in oral and written communication to prepare and present recommendations and solutions regarding complex issues based on analysis and evaluation, including the preparation and presentation of reports and proposals. Ability to interact well with and maintain strong working relationships with internal and external stakeholders.

Ranking Factor #5: Demonstrated curiosity and interest in public policy and public interest work and applying statistical and analytical methods to public policy problems.

OTHER INFORMATION:  A background investigation will be conducted.

Please see below attachment for details.

Emoluments: Defendant's Support to Certification of Interlocutory Appeal

Solicitation OAG-RFP-DCCB-2018-R-0019

The Office of Attorney General (“OAG”) is seeking a contractor to support its child support collection and enforcement responsibilities. The current automated system, the District of Columbia Child Support Enforcement System (DCCSES) needs programming updates and enhancements as well as day-to-day operational maintenance.

Emoluments: Plaintiffs' Opposition to Certification of Interlocutory Appeal

Emoluments: Joint Discovery Plan