I believe Joey bag of donuts is attached to the OIG. I didn't know 1811 came in different flavors as typical or atypical. I thought it either is an 1811 or it's not. The pay range seems high for entry level 1811 though (I think the numbers given are GS-13/15 in DC). This doesn't sound like a sworn position to me since none of the description mentions arrest authority, warrants, etc.
It sounds like the CIA one here:
Sounds kind of squirelly on the actual authority part. If I were a betting person I would think they want the skills/knowledge/experience of a sworn investigator but not any duty to actually enforce laws so they can make decisions at agency/OIG level as to where investigations go. The "Executive Orders governing U.S. intelligence activities" was interesting.
Not a LEO though.
Captain Frank Drebin,
"Hello. I'm Lieutenant Drebin,Detective Sergeant,Police Squad."
"Whiskey for my men, beer for my horses."
Jay: All right, I'm in. But there's one thing you gotta remember: You chose me..so you recognized the skills, so I don't want nobody calling me son or kid or sport or nothing like that, cool?
Kay: Cool, whatever you say, slick, but I need to tell you something about all your skills. As of right now, they mean precisely..d**k.