Navigant (NYSE: NCI) announced today that the Honorable Brian D. Miller, Inspector General, United States General Services Administration (GSA), will join the firm as a Managing Director in Navigant’s DC office. With over 25 years of government enforcement and regulatory experience, Miller will be an important resource to Navigant clients in helping manage the risks associated with government investigations and regulatory compliance.
“Over his distinguished career in public service, Brian has had a significant impact on the fight against fraud and has earned tremendous respect for his expertise, creativity and fairness in his various enforcement and oversight roles,” stated Jeff Green, Vice President and leader of Navigant’s Global Disputes & Investigations practice. “Our clients will benefit from having Brian as part of our compliance and investigative teams as they address the challenges presented by regulation and enforcement actions.”
Miller most recently led the Office of the Inspector General of the U.S. General Services Administration, the agency responsible for over $56 billion in civilian contracts, federal buildings, and the federal automotive fleet, where he led a team of more than 300 auditors and investigators. During his tenure, he was named Vice Chair of the National Procurement Fraud Task Force in 2006 and played a key role in amending the Federal Acquisition Regulation to require contractors to report overpayments. Miller also participated in the Financial Fraud Enforcement Task Force established by President Obama in 2009, partnering with state and local officials to share information on procurement, the Recovery Act and grant fraud.
Prior to his GSA tenure, he spent 15 years in United States Department of Justice in roles including Special Counsel on Health Care Fraud for the Deputy Attorney General and Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Virginia.
“I am excited to join Navigant and leverage the knowledge I have gained through my long career in regulatory enforcement and fraud investigations,” stated Brian Miller. “I look forward to assisting clients in interacting with the Federal government in matters of regulatory compliance and inquiry.”