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Brian Miller -- General Services Administration
Inspector General

Following nomination by President George W. Bush, the United States Senate confirmed Brian D. Miller as GSA Inspector General on July 22, 2005. Mr. Miller is responsible for directing the nationwide audit, investigative, and oversight operations of the GSA Office of Inspector General (OIG). Mr. Miller has served in a variety of senior-level positions in the federal government for nearly two decades. For the last three and half years, Mr. Miller served as the Counsel to the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, Paul J. McNulty. As part of the leadership team, he participated in the senior management and major prosecutorial decisions of the office and in the establishment of office initiatives and priorities, such as the recent procurement fraud initiative. Mr. Miller has over twelve years of experience as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia, where he participated in many high-profile cases, such as the prosecution of Zaccarias Moussaoui, John Walker Lindh and others. At the U.S. Department of Justice, Mr. Miller was selected to be part of the legal team representing former Attorney General John Ashcroft in a series of lawsuits filed by individuals detained in connection with investigations of the events of September 11, 2001. The Department of Justice also asked Mr. Miller to take over a prosecution in another district that was in jeopardy because of the misconduct of the lead investigator. Part of Mr. Miller’s mandate in that case was “to investigate the investigation.” As an Assistant U.S. Attorney, Mr. Miller supervised numerous complex audits and investigations involving procurement, grant and healthcare fraud. He prosecuted one of the first and largest science fraud cases, U.S. v. Excel Corp. et al., for which he received the Director’s Award from the Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys Mr. Miller has also served as Senior Counsel to the Deputy Attorney General and the Special Counsel on Health Care Fraud. As Senior Counsel, Mr. Miller advised the Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General on transition issues, pending litigation and regulatory matters. As Special Counsel on Health Care Fraud, he was charged with the oversight of the United States Department of Justice’s health care fraud policy and litigation, both civil and criminal. He also represented the U.S. at treaty negotiations in Geneva, Switzerland, on matters relating to health care. Early in his career, Mr. Miller served as a Senior Attorney Advisor in the Office of Policy Development at the Department of Justice and as Deputy General Counsel for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. He began his career in private practice and earned his law degree from the University of Texas.

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