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Alan Boehm

Assistant Inspector General for Investigations

Alan Boehm began serving as the Assistant Inspector General for Investigations (AIGI) at the National Science Foundation Office of Inspector General in March 2012. In this capacity he is responsible for ensuring that all criminal, civil, and administrative allegations brought to the OIG are appropriately investigated and resolved. 

Alan comes to the OIG with over 40 years of experience in the federal investigative community.    Most recently he served as the Assistant Director for Accountability at the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board, where he managed the investigators, analysts, and contractors who run the Recovery Operations Center.   Alan was instrumental in re-engineering the Center to advance its development into a premier tool for identifying potential fraud risks.

Prior to his tenure at the Recovery Board, Alan held several senior positions at the Department of Interior OIG, including director of the program integrity division and director for investigative support operations. He also served as Assistant IG for Investigations at the Corporation for National and Community Service OIG, where he developed the investigative program shortly after the Corporation came into existence. Prior to joining the federal civilian workforce, Alan spent over 20 years with the U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command.

Alan received a Master of Forensic Science degree from George Washington University and an undergraduate degree in Criminal Justice from Michigan State University.

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