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|D.C. Inspector General E. Barrett Prettyman,
Jr., today announced the appointment of the following new senior managers to the Office of
the Inspector General:
Deputy Inspector General: Richard D. Sullivan
Mr. Sullivan is Associate Deputy Inspector General for Investigations of the Central Intelligence Agency. As such, he oversees all aspects of criminal and administrative investigations for the Agency, both domestically and overseas. He is a member of the Senior Intelligence Service. A lawyer, has has also served as Assistant General Counsel for litigation of the CIA. Prior to his CIA experience, he was, in 1983, Deputy Chief of the Department of Justice's investigation into the relationship between Klaus Barbi and U.S. Intelligence in post-war Europe. He has also been a trial attorney in the Department's Office of Special Investigations and both a prosecutor and a military judge in the U.S. Marine Corps.
Counsel: Charles C. Maddox
Mr. Maddox is an attorney who served as a Secret Service agent under four Presidents; was Regional Inspector General for Investigations of the Washington Field Office, Health and Human Services ("HHS"), Chief of Inspectors, HHS Office of Inspector General, and HHS Director of Security and Protection; served as Inspector General of the Peace Corps; and is presently assigned as a Special Assistant United States Attorney in Virginia, detailed from the HHS Inspector General's Office. He has, among other things, prosecuted a wide variety of criminal cases, handled civil litigation involving healthcare and other matters, managed staffs of auditors, inspectors and criminal investigators, and conducted audits and investigations worldwide.
Assistant Inspector General for Special Investigations: Terence J. Wyllie
Special Agent Wyllie is a member of the FBI Washington Field Office. He brings over twenty years of investigative and managerial experience to this new position as head of a unit to investigate the Metropolitan Police Department. He has served in four different field offices, plus FBI Headquarters, during his law enforcement career. For the last two years, he has been assigned to the Public Corruption squad. Among his most recent accomplishments was the task force investigation of the District taxicab industry, including the prosecution of Ronald Stokes, the former Chief of the District Office of Taxicabs. Wyllie is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, with a master's degree in counseling.
Assistant Inspector General for Audits: John N. Balakos
Mr. Balakos is Associate Inspector General for Program Audits in the Office of the Inspector General of the Treasury Department, responsible for four regional Inspectors General nationwide and three Audit Directorates in Washington. He is a CPA who has served as Director of Audits in various Government agencies and departments, including the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms and the U.S. Secret Service. At Treasury, he has been a Director of Oversight, an Assistant Inspector General for Oversight and Quality Assurance, and an Assistant Inspector General for Policy, Planning and Resources. He began his career as an auditor at the GAO and for the past thirteen years has been a manager and Senior Executive at Treasury.
Mr. Sullivan, Mr. Maddox, and Mr. Wyllie will join the Office of the Inspector General on April 13, 1998. Mr. Balakos will join the Office on May 11, 1998.
"The people of the District ought to be heartened to learn that such experience, talented, and dedicated professionals will be working to better this City and its Government," Inspector General E. Barrett Prettyman, Jr., said today. "I am exceptionally gratified that these four highly qualified individuals have agreed to join this Office," he added.
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