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- After six years, OPM has a permanent inspector general - April 11, 2022
By Drew Friedman, Federal News Network
The Office of Personnel Management has its first permanent inspector general in six years.
Krista Boyd’s unanimous confirmation by the Senate comes after President Joe Biden nominated her to the role in September 2021. Previously, Boyd served as chief counsel for oversight and policy for the House Committee on Oversight and Reform.
At her nomination hearing on March 10, Boyd said that she would make open recommendations for OPM a priority. Currently, there are almost 400 open recommendations from the OIG that are over six months old.
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