Handout photograph shows U.S. Defense Department Inspector General Rymer touring deconstruction site on Kandahar Airfield,  Afghanistan

Pentagon watchdog reassigns audit chief after Reuters report

Handout photograph shows U.S. Defense Department Inspector General Rymer touring deconstruction site on Kandahar Airfield, AfghanistanBy Scot J. Paltrow NEW YORK (Reuters) – The U.S. Defense Department Inspector General is reassigning one of his top deputies just weeks after Reuters reported that the deputy had forced staff to sign off on a disputed audit of the Marine Corps. In a Wednesday email to staff, Inspector General Jon Rymer said Daniel Blair, deputy inspector general for audits, would be reassigned to the lower-ranking position of deputy chief of staff. Blair for five years has been in charge of all audits by the Pentagon’s Office of the Inspector General, an independent watchdog agency that monitors Defense Department operations and programs.

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