Alan is the Assistant Inspector General (Security and Information Technology) at the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) and is responsible for audits of the Internal Revenue Service’s information security, business system modernization, application development, and computer operations.
Alan also provides executive leadership in predictive analytics and data mining to identify meaningful patterns in IRS tax administration and operational databases representing potential systemic and/or integrity issues.
Alan earned his Masters of Business Administration from Mount St. Mary’s University and a Bachelor of Science degree from Fairmont University and completed the Wharton Information Systems Program at the University of Pennsylvania.
Alan began his auditing career with the Army Audit Agency and joined the Defense Audit Service for tours in Europe and the Middle East. He also served as the Director of Computer Audits for the Department of Transportation Inspector General.
In the private sector Alan served as the President and CEO of Dynamic Access Systems, Vice President of Information Systems for Irving Burton Associates, President of Duncan Technologies and an adjunct professor at Mount Saint Mary’s University and Hood College where he developed and taught information system courses.