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Terri H. Fazio was appointed Assistant Inspector General for Management and to the Senior Executive Service in December 2006. She has also served in the capacity of the Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Management from December 2003 to December 2006. She joined the Office of the Inspector General in May 1990 and has served as an information technology specialist supporting initiatives in both audits and investigations.
As the Assistant Inspector General for Management, she provides the Inspector General with advice on administrative and fiscal matters and assists the Office of the Inspector General components by providing services in the areas of budget formulation and execution; finance; human resources and staffing; training; procurement; information technology; resources management and administration; evaluations and inspections; and, Office of the Inspector General policy development. Ms. Fazio also manages the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program’s administrative sanctions.
Ms. Fazio’s Government career spans over 29 years of service. Prior to joining the Office of the Inspector General in 1990, she worked for the Department of the Army in support of their financial systems redesign and development; traveled throughout the United States providing training and assistance in implementation of new financial systems; and worked on contract oversight and implementation of worldwide information technology projects. She also spent time early in her Federal career working for the Internal Revenue Service and the United States Marine Corps.
She received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the College of William and Mary in 1982.
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