If you want a challenging and exciting career, then be part of the team committed to protecting the American taxpayers who funded the more than $400 billion TARP bailout.
Whether conducting investigations, coordinating audits or assisting behind the scenes in day-to-day operations, the hard working men and women of The Office of the Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program (SIGTARP) are dedicated to carrying out its mission. Congress aligned SIGTARP's sunset to the length of time TARP funds or commitments are outstanding. TARP's commitments to its housing programs last until 2023.
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- Investigations Division - SIGTARP's Investigations Division investigates crimes related to TARP. SIGTARP Special Agents have the authority to search, seize, and arrest. SIGTARP's Investigations Division operates in five field offices in Washington DC, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Atlanta.
- Audit Division – SIGTARP’s Audit Division plans and executes an audit and evaluations program that provides independent review of the TARP bailout and all tenant participants. SIGTARP's audits recommend fixes to Treasury to address fraud, waste and abuse vulnerabilities in TARP and bring to light areas of TARP that need improvement.
- Office of General Counsel – SIGTARP’s Office of General Counsel is responsible for providing legal services which enable SIGTARP to accomplish its mission.
- Operations – SIGTARP’s Operations provide technical support and programs for personnel, facilities, financial, information technology, and other administrative matters within SIGTARP.
SIGTARP is an Equal Opportunity Employer. SIGTARP provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, mental or physical disability, genetic information in reprisal (engagement in prior EEO activities), or veteran status. If you need assistance or an accommodation during the employment application process because of a disability please contact the EEO Office at SIGTARPEEO@treasury.gov or the Employee Relations Office.
To view SIGTARP's Reasonable Accommodation Policy, please click here.
If you are a SIGTARP employee or applicant for employment and you believe that you have been subjected to employment discrimination, please contact the EEO Office at SIGTARPEEO@treasury.gov or via phone at: (855) 245-8916, within 45 calendar days from the date of the incident or action seen as discriminatory. The EEO Office will provide you with information about the agency’s EEO complaint process.
To view the SIGTARP's EEO and Discrimination Policy please click here.
For more information about careers at SIGTARP please contact Derrick Collier, Human Resource Specialist at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: (202) 927-8708 and fax: (202) 622-4290.