U.S. Government Accountability Office’s spring internship, entry-level position, and a summer internship. Thank you!!

 Operations/Staff Office Spring Internships: First, we have a new spring internship position open for graduate and undergraduate students! This is for the operations and staff offices at GAO, and remember that this positon can be done REMOTLEY. The position closes October 26th, or once 350 applicants have been reached for each position. See the hyperlinks for internships descriptions and information on the operations/ staff offices.

Information Technology and Cybersecurity Auditor (full time, entry level) announcement: We have a new entry level announcement for ITC! This announcement is open to the public to apply, so students and alumni are eligible. This position closes November 8th or once 275 applicants have been reached for the position.

o   ITC assists Congress with assessing and improving the government’s critical IT investments and develops best practices that are used across the government to guide decision-making. Specifically, ITC evaluates the extent to which federal agencies are effectively managing IT acquisitions and operations, ensuring cybersecurity of the nation and effectively managing the collection and dissemination of information. ITC’s audits topics such as, systems development, program management, information assurance, federal Chief Information Officer responsibilities privacy, cloud computing, and cybersecurity of critical infrastructures.

Financial Market and Assurance (FMA) Summer Internship: Other updates are for the FMA summer internship announcement for both graduate and undergraduate This application deadline has been extended to October 31st

o   FMA is responsible for financial statement audits of the U.S. government and a handful of executive agencies. In addition, FMA identifies ways to strengthen accountability and internal controls for federal programs, assets, and accounting operations. FMA is also involved in GAO’s standard-setting role, leading work to maintain and improve federal auditing and internal control standards.