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Ms. Jacquelyn L. Williams-Bridgers

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Managing Director, International ...

Local Address:  Washington D.C. , District of Columbia , United States
U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO)

Employment History

  • Managing Director, International Affairs and Trade
    Government Accountability Office
  • Managing Director
  • Managing Director of International Affairs
  • Associate Director for Housing and Community Development Issues
  • Inspector
    the State Department
  • Inspector General
    the State Department
  • Managing Director
    Association Of Government Accountants


  • Syracuse University
  • Bachelor of Arts
68 Total References
Web References
State on track for biometrics, 9 Sept 2004 [cached]
"In the absence of such guidance, officers may be unclear on how to optimize use of the IDENT information provided in this program," said Jacquelyn Williams-Bridgers, GAO's managing director of International Affairs and Trade, testifying before the House Government Reform Committee today.
The Center for the Business of Government: Radio Show Biographies, 4 Feb 2008 [cached]
Jacquelyn L. Williams-Bridgers
Jacquelyn L. Williams-Bridgers was sworn in as Inspector General of the State Department and the U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency on April 7, 1995.Effective April 26, 1996, she became the Inspector General for the United States Information Agency, including the Broadcasting Board of Governors.
Ms. Williams-Bridgers began her career in the federal audit and evaluation community in 1978.Between 1978 and 1975, she held a variety of positions with the U.S.General Accounting Office (GAO).Most recently at GAO, Ms. Williams-Bridgers served as Associate Director for Housing and Community Development Issues where she directed evalua Development, the Small Business Administration, and the Federal Director for Surface Transportation Infrastructure Issues where she led evaluations of highway, bridge and mass transit programs, and analyses of intermodal transportation policies.She has represented GAO as the key witness at numerous congressional hearings.In the midst of her years of service in the legislative branch, she left GAO for one year between 1983 and 1984 to join the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Office of Inspector General, Fraud Control Division.
Ms. Williams-Bridgers was one of ten federal government employees from across the nation in 1994 to be awarded the distinguished Arthur S. Flemming Award.She was a recipient of GAO's Meritorious Service Award in 1992, and numerous other distinguished honors in GAO and throughout her years of employment there.
Born on February 27, 1956, Ms. Williams-Bridgers is a native Washingtonian.She is an alumna of Syracuse University, graduating in 1977 with a Bachelor of Arts and in 1978 with a Masters in Public Administration from the Maxwell School of Public Affairs and Citzenship.In June of 1996, Southeastern University awarded her an Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters for her most recent contributions to the foreign affairs community.
Jacquelyn WilliamsBridgers, ..., 1 Mar 1999 [cached]
Jacquelyn WilliamsBridgers, inspector general at the State Department, said telephone systems in Russia could fail, and Ukraine's power grid was particularly fragile.She said ship traffic through the Panama and Suez Canals could be disrupted next Jan. 1, but said the State Department and other U.S. agencies were still evaluating these and other risks.Based on these analyses the (State) Department will determine whether it needs to issue travel warnings concerning particular countries or develop drawdown or evacuation plans for areas where the Y2K problem may pose a risk to Americans living abroad, WilliamsBridgers said.
Also speaking was Jacquelyn ..., 27 Mar 2009 [cached]
Also speaking was Jacquelyn Williams-Bridgers, who heads the Government Accountability Offices's division in charge of international affairs and trade.
Williams-Bridgers said the GAO estimates that Iraq currently has a budget surplus of some 47 billion dollars, down from 77 billion dollars last year due mainly to the slump in global oil prices.
But it was unclear how much of this was being used for reconstruction, she said.
::|: News :|:: [cached]
US Comptroller General David Walker and Ms. Jacquelyn Williams-Bridger, Managing Director of GAO's International Affairs and Trade Team, visited Jakarta April 25 - 27 to attend a 3-day "International Conference on Promoting Financial Accountability in Managing Funds Related to Tsunami, Conflict and Other Disasters."
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