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M.A. - Criminal Justice - John Jay College of Criminal Justice

B.A. - Criminal Justice - John Jay College of Criminal Justice


Ron Calvosa, a Certified Inspector General and Certified Fraud Examiner, is the Executive Director of the Association of Inspectors General (AIG).  He has thirty-nine years of fraud prevention and law enforcement experience. Prior to becoming the AIG’s Executive Director in July 2018, Calvosa was Assistant Director for Fraud Prevention/Assistant Inspector General with the Office of Inspector General for the Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (PA/OIG). Calvosa was responsible for managing the PA/OIG’s Fraud Prevention Program for each of the Port Authority’s large capital construction projects. From October 2007 to June 2018, Calvosa was responsible for managing the Fraud Prevention Program for the redevelopment of the World Trade Center site, which was critical to ensuring the integrity of contractors and vendors, and the prevention of waste, fraud, and abuse related to the redevelopment efforts at the WTC site.

Under Calvosa’s leadership, the Fraud Prevention Program, which included the use of Integrity Monitors, was applied to other capital construction projects, such as the Goethals Bridge Replacement Project, the Bayonne Bridge – Raise the Roadway Project, Moynihan Station Redevelopment Project, Lincoln Tunnel Access Program, Hurricane Sandy Recovery Projects, the LaGuardia Airport Central Terminal Building Redevelopment Project and the Newark Liberty International Airport Terminal A Redevelopment Project.

Prior to Calvosa joining the PA/OIG, he served as the Director of Fraud Prevention at the Lower Manhattan Construction Command Center from July 2005 to October 2007, and created their Fraud Prevention Program. From January 1982 to July 2005, Calvosa worked at the New York City Department of Investigation. He was Inspector General for the New York City Departments of Transportation, Design & Construction, Small Business Services and Citywide Administrative Services. Prior to his appointment as Inspector General in 1996, Calvosa held the positions of First Deputy Inspector General, Deputy Inspector General, Assistant Inspector General, and Confidential Investigator.

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Carrent courses  PAD758 - Ethics for Public Administrators

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