Daniel M. Weeber - Assistant Inspector General for Audits and Administration
Daniel M. Weeber was appointed Assistant Inspector General for Audits and Administration in July 2012. He directs the planning, execution and reporting of all audits for the Western Audits Division and the Technology and Financial Audits Division, which include the annual financial statement audit, information technology audits, special reviews, and performance reviews of the Department’s major programs. Mr. Weeber also directs the activities of the Inspector General’s Office of Planning, Administration, and Quality Assurance, overseeing the annual risk assessment and audit planning process, policy and guidance, staffing, and audit quality control. In this capacity, he leads a professional staff located in five geographical locations. Prior to his current position, Mr. Weeber was the Director of the Eastern Audits Division. He first joined the Department of Energy in 1999.
Mr. Weeber began his government career in 1975 with the U.S. General Accounting Office, where he served as a senior auditor for the Technical Assistance Group and led audits on a wide variety of government programs, including resource and economic development, health and human services, and defense. From 1991 to 1999, he worked for the Internal Revenue Service as the Information Systems Division Chief for the Pittsburgh, Newark, and Buffalo District Offices.
Mr. Weeber holds a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting from St. Vincent College and a Master’s Degree in Public Management of Information Systems from Carnegie Mellon University. He has also taken advance management studies at the Federal Executive Institute. Mr. Weeber received numerous awards, and notably, the Council of Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency has recognized the quality of his audit work through a number of Awards for Excellence.