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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