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Friday, January 14, 2011

Department of Homeland Security Inspector General Announces Retirement

Washington, DC – Richard L. Skinner, announced his retirement today as the first Senate confirmed Inspector General of the Department of Homeland Security.

Mr. Skinner devoted his forty-two year federal career to fulfilling the mission of the Inspectors General community. He began his career in 1969 with the Department of Agriculture, and held a variety of OIG management positions with the Departments of Justice, Commerce, State, and the Arms Controls and Disarmament Agency. He also served as the Acting Inspector General, Deputy Inspector General, and Assistant Inspector General for Audits at FEMA where he was awarded the President’s Meritorious Executive Rank Award for sustained superior accomplishment in management of programs of the United States Government. Prior to his July 28, 2005 confirmation, he held the position of Deputy Inspector General since March 1, 2003, the date that the Department of Homeland Security was created.


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