Created by the National and Community Service Trust Act of 1993, the Corporation provides opportunities for Americans to serve their communities through: Senior Corps, AmeriCorps, VISTA, National Civilian Community Corps and Learn and Serve America. The 1993 Act also established the Office of Inspector General, which conducts independent and objective audits and investigations of Corporation programs and operations to prevent and deter waste, fraud and abuse. It also recommends policies to Corporation management to promote economy and efficiency.
Senior Staff Biographies
Deborah Jeffrey assumed the position of Inspector General on July 19, 2012. Prior to Ms. Jeffrey’s selection as Inspector General, she was a partner at Zuckerman Spaeder LLP, where for more than 20 years she has represented clients in civil and criminal investigations and in complex litigation, and has advised lawyers and law firms on matters of professional ethics and risk management.
Kenneth Bach assumed the post of Deputy Inspector General on November 20, 2011. He had served as Acting Inspector General since June 11, 2009.
Bach supervises all aspects of the day-to-day operations of the OIG, including the audit, investigative and support sections.
Robert J. Walters returned to his post as Assistant Inspector General for Investigations on November 5, 2011, after having served as Acting Deputy Inspector General since November 2009.[READ MORE]
Veteran Federal auditor Stuart G. Axenfeld was appointed Assistant Inspector General for Audit in August 2008. He oversees the OIG Audit Section and supervises the work of OIG Audit Managers, Auditors and contractors.[READ MORE]
Vincent A. Mulloy was appointed to his present position in September 2000, and comes to the staff of the OIG from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Justice Management Division. After receiving his J.D. in 1986 from the University of Arkansas’ School of Law, in Fayetteville, Mr. Mulloy accepted a position with the Legal Services Corporation, a Washington, D.C. based government corporation that makes federal grants to organizations that provide legal aid to the indigent. As a compliance attorney in the Office of Monitoring, Audit, and Compliance, Mr. Mulloy conducted legal reviews and assisted in litigation to withdraw funding from Legal Services Corporation grantees.[READ MORE]