Interior investigator to oversee stimulus for Obama
Earl E. Devaney, the Inspector General at the Interior Department, will oversee the $787 billion economic stimulus plan for President Barack Obama.

Devaney has been rooting out corruption at Interior since the Clinton administration. His latest report warns Obama not to millions of dollars in stimulus funds to Alaska due to mismanagement and accountability problems at the Bureau of Indian Affairs.

Devaney, a former Secret Service agent, will serve as chairman of the Recovery Act Transparency and Accountability Board.

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Inspector to lead stimulus oversight (AP 2/23)

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