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GSA inspector general leaves for private sector

Apr. 7, 2014 - 06:00AM   |  
By ANDY MEDICI   |   Comments
GSA IG Brian Miller is leaving government.
GSA IG Brian Miller is leaving government. (Staff)

The General Services Administration’s Inspector General Brian Miller is stepping down to join investigation advisory firm Navigant, according to an April 7 letter Miller wrote to President Obama.

Miller recovered more than $1 billion in civil settlements, and spearheaded the April 2, 2012 report detailing $823,000 in wasteful conference spending at a 2010 GSA conference that led to former Administrator Martha Johnson’s resignation, the ouster of several other officials, and extensive travel spending reforms.

“The challenges have been many and varied, but I believe that my office and GSA are the better for it,” Miller wrote in the letter. “I leave confident that the excellent work of my office will continue under the outstanding leadership team of the Office of Inspector General.”

Miller was appointed GSA inspector general by then President George W. Bush in 2004. His last day in the office will be April 18th, 2014.

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