Linda Snider - Deputy Inspector General for Management and Administration
- Assistant Inspector General for Audit Planning and Administration
- Senior Auditor, U.S. Army Audit Agency
- Director for the East/West Regions
- Team Leader, Washington and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Audit Groups
Linda J. Snider was appointed the Deputy Inspector General for Management and Administration in December 2010. Prior to this she was the Assistant Inspector General for Resource Management.
Ms. Snider manages all the administrative and management responsibilities of the Office of Inspector General. She provides oversight, policy direction and implementation of the Office’s budget and financial resources, human resources management, space, facilities and equipment needs, information technology requirements, records management, FOIA processing, property, other administrative services, and all aspects of the Office of Inspector General’s security program at its headquarters and field sites.
Ms. Snider began her Federal career at the U.S. Army Audit Agency where she served in senior auditor positions prior to joining the Department’s Office of Inspector General in 1992. She has over 26 years of auditing experience and has served in a variety of positions, including Assistant Inspector General for Audit Planning and Administration, Director for the East/West Regions, and Team leader of the Washington and Federal Energy Regulatory commission Audit Groups. Her career experiences include numerous high profile and complex audits that have attracted Congressional and Departmental interest.
Ms. Snider received a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration (Accounting) from California State University Hayward. She is a graduate of the Federal Executive Institute and is a Certified Financial Government Manager.
Ms. Snider is the recipient of numerous awards to include the Presidential Rank Award and has been recognized for her exemplary audit work through a number of Awards for Excellence from the Council of Inspector General’s on Integrity and Efficiency.