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1. From the descriptions below, choose the statement that best describes how your background meets the qualifications requirements for this GS-13 Extradition Analyst position. SELECT ONE LETTER ONLY. Failure to respond to this question will result in an ineligible rating.A. I have at least one year of specialized experience equivalent to the GS-12 level in the Federal service that equipped me with the knowledge, skills and ability to perform the duties of this position. My experience includes but is not limited to providing program planning and coordination, analytical support, or training for an extradition or similar program; reviewing and analyzing incoming requests for extraditions or similar activities for completeness; applying a variety of administrative laws, policies, regulations, and international agreements applicable to extraditions or similar activities; and preparing analytical and statistical reports for an extradition of similar program.
For each task in the following group, choose the statement from the list below that best describes your experience or training.A- I have not had education, training or experience in performing this task.
2. Provide guidance in planning and coordinating extraditions, deportations, or prisoner transportation.
3. Develop new administrative methods and/or procedures for more effective and efficient work.
4. Coordinate international extraditions with foreign or U.S. law enforcement agencies located in the foreign country where the fugitive is in custody.
5. Develop fugitive statistical profiles for use in identifying effective means of extraditing criminals in a cost effective manner.
6. Review extradition reimbursement or similar requests and authorize funding.
7. Develop and conduct training for personnel on extradition process, issues, and policy.
8. Review and analyze requests for extraditions or prisoner transportation for completeness.
9. Develop and implement solutions to extraditions, deportations, or prisoner transportation.
10. Work with statutes, regulations, and agreements that govern extraditions.
11. Troubleshoot and problem solve program-related matters.
12. Work on multiple tasks simultaneously and prioritize work assignments.
13. Work with an inmate/detainee information system such as the Justice Detainee Information System.
14. Serve as a primary point of contact for program-related issues.
15. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with individuals and agencies involved in extraditions, deportations, or prisoner transportation.
16. Identify controversial issues or potentially adverse situations and advise staff or management.
17. Communicate with internal and external customers to fulfill needs and requirements.
18. Coordinate with a variety of individuals and agencies on extradition issues.
19. Notify management on problems or issues that may impact an extradition
20. Brief management on recommended solutions to program-related issues.
21. Consolidate and evaluate intelligence reports and information for potential problems that may occur during an extradition.
22. Prepare analytical and statistical reports related to extraditions, deportations, or prisoner transportation.
23. Develop administrative policies and/or procedures for an extradition or similar program.