ALEXANDRIA, Va. (6/4/14)--William Bruns, who has been with the National Credit Union Administration since 2008 and who has 26 years of federal auditing experience, is the agency's new deputy inspector general.
NCUA Inspector General James Hagen, making the announcement, said Bruns brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the position. "Working with him in the past, I have found he maintains the independence of the Office of Inspector General while offering solid and constructive recommendations on how the agency can improve its operations," Hagen said.
Bruns previously served as a senior auditor in the inspector general's office. He was responsible for auditing and evaluating the business programs, as well as the safety and soundness, of federal credit unions and the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund.
He has conducted or overseen nearly every material loss review of liquidated credit unions since joining the agency, as well as having overseen its financial statement audits and collaborating on congressional requests, the announcement noted.