DOT Inspector General resigns

The Inspector General of the U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Kenneth M. Mead, has submitted his resignation, effective Feb. 11. Deputy Inspector General Todd J. Zinser will serve as Acting Inspector General until a successor is appointed

The Inspector General of the U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Kenneth M. Mead, has submitted his resignation, effective Feb. 11. Deputy Inspector General Todd J. Zinser will serve as Acting Inspector General until a successor is appointed.

Mead began his post in 1997 and served under both the Clinton and Bush Administrations.

“The opportunities to see positive outcomes and results for the traveling public and taxpayer have been enormously satisfying,” Mead said in his resignation letter to President George W. Bush.

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