Golden Key Group

Administrative Inquiry Investigator (1099)

None Needed - Eligible to Obtain

About GKG

With a passion for excellence, Golden Key Group (GKG) helps clients solve their strategic, organizational, and operational challenges to better meet their mission demands.  We have serviced more than 25 Federal departments and agencies and several large commercial companies since our inception in 2002.


Golden Key Group's talented professionals, combined with our strategic partners, bring a depth of commercial and government experience and expertise.  We are relentless in delivering the highest levels of services to provide tangible value and create sustainable results for our clients.


Responsible for engaging the requesting party for case details, performing initial discovery of allegations, to include applicable directives, regulations, and policy, identify and coordinate witness interviews, engage the subject of the allegation, design questionnaires, document transcripts and prepare artifacts to support the writing of the final Report of Inquiry (ROI) for quality review and submission to the requesting agency within prescribed timelines.


  • Investigative Plan:
  • Perform inquiries in accordance with published Investigative Plan, following all prescribed steps within each phase, submitting all required forms for approval, and providing required status updates and notifications of delays.
  • Phase I: Case File Review
  • Phase II: Contact Claimant.
  • Phase III: Conduct Witness Interviews.
  • Phase IV: Contact Allegation Subject.
  • Phase V: Assemble and Submit Report of Inquiry (ROI).
  • Investigator must submit a timely and error-free ROI that results in a record sufficient to support any corrective and/or disciplinary action taken, or to indicate that this is not sufficient evidence to support corrective and/or disciplinary action.


  • Three years relevant work experience performing administrative inquiries related to workplace misconduct, equal employment opportunity, employee-labor relations, diversity, equity and inclusion, or similar allegations.
  • For SASH inquiries, investigators must have three years performing inquiries into allegations of sexual misconduct, to include sexual harassment and sexual assault.
  • Eligible to obtain Federal security clearance based on agency requirements.
  • Knowledge of Federal regulations, guidelines, and policies, to include applicable titles of the Civil Rights Act, Equal Employment Opportunity Act, Congressional mandates, Executive Orders and Department-specific anti-harassment policies.
  • Expertise in interviewing witnesses and subjects of allegations in sensitive, highly critical situations.
  • Advanced critical thinking and analysis skills to conduct efficient discovery, perform competent interviews and prepare sound final reports.
  • Expert writing skills to prepare legally defensible, evidence-based, error-free documentation, and artifacts (e.g., declarations, questions, memoranda, recordings, notes, final reports, etc.).
  • Highly self-motivated, self-directed, persistent, and detail oriented.
  • Place of Performance: Contractor Site with Potential for Episodic Travel

Must provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination status or obtain an approved accommodation request (as required by law) within 30 days of employment.


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