Steve Linick

Steve A. Linick

Inspector at Federal Housing Finance Agency

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400 7th Street, SW, Washington, D.C., District of Columbia, United States
HQ Phone:
(202) 649-3800

General Information


Inspector - US State Department

Assistant U.S. Attorney - Central District of California


B.A.Georgetown University

J.D.Georgetown University Law Center

M.A.Georgetown University


Board Member - ITAA

Permanent Member of the General On Financial Oversight - Council of Inspectors

Board of Governors - Broadcasting

Recent News  

WaPo: Inspector General Issues Alert Over $6 Billion In Missing State Dept. Money

The warning was the second "management alert" in State Department history, both issued by new Inspector General Steve Linick.
Linick took over the job in late September, after it had been vacant for nearly six years. Both the alert, dated March 20, and the department's response a week later, were made public Thursday. The department said it concurred in all recommendations and outlined steps it will take to address what it agreed is a "vulnerability." Linick initiated the alert format to report on problems that remain unaddressed despite repeatedly being identified in IG audits and investigations. Linick had served for three years in the same position at the Federal Housing Finance Agency. A former federal prosecutor, he also served in senior positions at the Justice Department, where he supervised and participated in fraud cases involving white-collar criminals, including corruption and contract fraud in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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The charges were announced by Loretta E. Lynch, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of New York; Cary Rubenstein, Special-Agent-in-Charge, United States Department of Housing and Urban Development - Office of Inspector General; George Venizelos, Assistant Director-in-Charge, Federal Bureau of Investigation, New York Field Office; and Steve Linick, Federal Housing Finance Agency - Office of Inspector General.
Federal Housing Finance Agency Inspector General Linick said, "The complaint

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Loan Modification Scam Busted in Rancho Cucamonga

Steve Linick, the Federal Housing Finance Agency Inspector General, stated: The government created programs intended to assist homeowners by allowing them to remain in their homes during these troubling financial times.

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