Mayor Adrian M. Fenty has reappointed Charles J. Willoughby as the Inspector General. The office conducts audits, inspections and investigations of District of Columbia agencies and operations. The term for the inspector general is six years and is confirmed by the District Council. Former Mayor Anthony Williams first appointed Willoughby to the post in 2005. Willoughby, who brought nearly 30 years of legal experience to the D.C. government, has a bachelor's degree in political science from Jamestown College in Jamestown, N.D. and law degree from Howard University School of Law.
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