What does a Government Property Inspector and Investigator do?
Investigate or inspect government property to ensure compliance with contract agreements and government regulations.
- Prepare correspondence, reports of inspections or investigations or recommendations for action.
- Examine records, reports, or other documents to establish facts or detect discrepancies.
- Monitor investigations of suspected offenders to ensure that they are conducted in accordance with constitutional requirements.
- Collect, identify, evaluate, or preserve case evidence.
- Inspect manufactured or processed products to ensure compliance with contract specifications or legal requirements.
- Coordinate with or assist law enforcement agencies in matters of mutual concern.
- Testify in court or at administrative proceedings concerning investigation findings.
- Investigate applications for special licenses or permits, as well as alleged license or permit violations.
- Inspect government-owned equipment or materials in the possession of private contractors to ensure compliance with contracts or regulations or to prevent misuse.
- Recommend legal or administrative action to protect government property.
- Submit samples of products to government laboratories for testing, as required.
- Locate and interview plaintiffs, witnesses, or representatives of business or government to gather facts relevant to inspections or alleged violations.