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Obama Nominates State Dept Senior Adviser Elizabeth Field as OPM Inspector General

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Elizabeth Field

Elizabeth Field, a senior adviser in the office of the undersecretary for civilian security, democracy and human rights at the State Department, has been nominated by President Barack Obama as inspector general for the Office of Personnel Management.

The White House named Field among other nominees for key administration positions in a release issued Friday.

Field has previously worked as assistant inspector general for audits and inspections at the Office of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction and as an inspector at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence‘s management reviews division.

She has also served at the Government Accountability Office, where she was a senior analyst in the international affairs and trade team and author of various GAO reports on foreign affairs, international human rights, global health policy and national security.

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