Dara Corrigan, HHS' acting principal deputy inspector general, has brought back to the inspector general's office three career professionals who were demoted or reassigned by former HHS Inspector General Janet Rehnquist, Modern Healthcare has learned. Rehnquist resigned last year after several federal reports questioned her judgment and performance in the office, including 19 key personnel changes. George Grob will rejoin the office of evaluations and investigations as assistant inspector general, after heading the office of management and policy and serving in the U.S. Commerce Department's inspector general's office. Dennis Duquette, who was transferred to the office of audit services during Rehnquist's administration, will return to his former position as deputy inspector general of management and policy. Joseph Vengrin, who was transferred to the office of evaluations and inspections, will return to audit services as deputy inspector general. -- by Mark Taylor
Inspector general's office brings back old hands
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