From the HHS OIG announcement:
Daniel Levinson, Inspector General for the Department of Health and Human Services, announced that effective today, he has appointed Greg Demske Chief Counsel to the Inspector General, following the retirement of Lewis Morris on April 1.
“Greg’s extensive experience here at OIG, coupled with his expertise on a wide range of legal and programmatic issues, makes him highly qualified for this position,” said Levinson.
Demske will oversee a staff of 75 professionals who provide a full range of legal services to the Inspector General and OIG. These services include guidance on personnel matters; advice on the legal sufficiency of OIG’s audits and evaluations; assistance in the investigation and resolution of health care fraud cases; and issuance of compliance program guidance, advisory opinions and other assistance to the health care industry.
Demske began his tenure with HHS in September 1990 and has served as Assistant Inspector General (AIG) for Legal Affairs since 2005