Bryan W. Weiler
Bryan W. Weiler became the Chief Investigator for the Office of the Auditor General (OAG) in July 2016. Mr. Weiler is primarily responsible for establishing and monitoring fraud reporting mechanisms for Michigan’s citizens and State employees, leading the investigations of potentially fraudulent or irregular activities referred via hotlines or through other means subject to the Auditor General’s authority, and ensuring that these investigations are responsive to the needs of the Legislature, State Agencies, the federal government, and the citizens of the State. He also works directly with prosecutorial agencies, provides counsel to OAG staff on fraud-related issues, and delivers relevant training to OAG and agency staff. In addition, Mr. Weiler participates in the presentation of final reports to legislative committees and represents the Auditor General when consulting with, providing assistance to, or advising officials from other states, the federal government, and professional organizations.
Prior to becoming the Chief Investigator, Mr. Weiler held a variety of managerial and administrative positions within the State Budget Office between 2006 and 2016, including Director of the Quality of Life and Economic Strength Division and Acting Chief Internal Auditor for the Office of Internal Audit Services. Mr. Weiler previously served the OAG between 1995 and 2006 as a Senior Audit Supervisor.
Mr. Weiler graduated from Ferris State University with a bachelor of science degree in accountancy and an associate in applied science degree in pre-law. He is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
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