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Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Homeland Security IG sets up Katrina oversight office

Homeland Security Inspector General Richard Skinner announced Monday the creation of a new Office of Hurricane Katrina Oversight to review the spending of federal disaster assistance funds. The office will be headed by Matthew Jadacki, who will serve on detail from the National Weather Service, where he is the chief financial officer and chief administrative officer.
Prior to joining the Weather Service in January, Jadacki was acting CFO of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, where he managed 11 branches and more than 200 employees. He also has worked as an audit manager at the State Department and accountant at the Commerce Department.

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