Brian Miller confirmed as inspector general for coronavirus funds over Democrats' opposition
Added 06-02-20 07:22:01pm EST - “The Senate voted Tuesday to confirm former White House aide Brian Miller as the new special inspector general on coronavirus spending, despite strong Democratic opposition.” - Washingtontimes.com
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The Senate voted Tuesday to confirm former White House aide Brian Miller as the new special inspector general on coronavirus spending, despite strong Democratic opposition.
The new position is one of three new oversight provisions created by the $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus, which also included a joint-chamber Congressional panel and an inspector general committee.
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Mr. Miller will be in charge of ensuring that $500 billion of the coronavirus stimulus is properly used by the corporations aided.
Mr. Miller spent 10 years as inspector general of the General Services Administration, which oversees thousands of federal contracts. He was lauded for acting independently to investigate corruption during his tenure.
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