New HHS Inspector General
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Executive SummaryPresident Clinton announces April 1 that he will nominate June Gibbs Brown for the position. She currently is serving as inspector general of the Navy's Pacific fleet, based at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Brown has IG experience at other agencies including Interior (1979-81), NASA (1981-85) and the Pentagon (1987-89). At HHS, she will fill a spot that has been held on an acting basis by Larry Morey, who assumed that position upon the resignation of Richard Kusserow last year.
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