Trump Nominates Mark Greenblatt as DOI Inspector General

President Trump has nominated Mark Greenblatt, currently the Department of Commerce's assistant inspector general, to serve as inspector general for the Department of the Interior, the White House said Friday.

Greenblatt has spent over 15 years serving across various legal oversight roles for the DOC, the Department of Justice’s Office of Inspector General and the Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations. 

Earlier in his career, Greenblatt worked as a litigator in New York and also as a clerk for U.S. District Judge Anita Brody. Previously, he served as vice chair of the Montgomery County Ethics Commission and was a senior manager in government fellow at the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government.

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