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Roslyn Mazer Named Inspector General for DHS

Roslyn A. Mazer has been nominated as the inspector general of the Department of Homeland Security, President Barack Obama announced Tuesday.

Mazer currently serves as the inspector general of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, where she manages audits, inspections and investigations relating to the ODNI. From 1993 to 2009, she served in the Justice Department, including seven years in the Office of the Inspector General.

“During her tenure here, Roslyn has been instrumental in ensuring the highest standards of accountability,” Stephanie O’Sullivan, the principal deputy director of national intelligence, said in a statement.

Mazer replaces former Inspector General Richard Skinner, who retired in March. Mazer is subject to a confirmation hearing in the Senate.

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