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Inspector General Levinson named to Government Accountability and Transparency Board

The White House has announced the launch of the Government Accountability and Transparency Board. As part of the Campaign to Cut Waste, the board will focus on rooting out misspent tax dollars and making government spending more accessible and transparent for the American people. Heading the panel will be interim chairman Earl Devaney. Among those appointed to the board is Inspector General Daniel R. Levinson of the Department of Health & Human Services. For the full announcement, please go to:

White House Launches Government Accountability and Transparency Board to Cut Waste and
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