October 29, 2018

Department of Energy Adds an Experienced Ombuds

Scott Deyo has been hired as an Associate Ombudsman for the DOE. He will be based in Washington, DC, and serve federal employees across the department, world-wide.  Deyo has served as the Ombuds for the National Park Service, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, and the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General, and helped guide the creation of other federal Ombuds programs. He is a Past-President of the Coalition of Federal Ombudsmen.

Deyo graduated from James Madison University and earned a master of science from the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University. He is a frequent speaker at IOA and other ADR conferences. (LinkedIn.)

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