Amy Frontz

Deputy Inspector General for Audit Services, Dept of Health & Human Services, Office of Inspector General

As Deputy Inspector General for Audit Services, Amy Frontz leads more than 600 auditors, analysts, and other professional and technical staff responsible for conducting independent audits of Health and Human Services (HHS) programs and HHS grantees and contractors. The office also oversees non-Federal audit activities, such as quality control reviews of audits of State and local governments, colleges and universities, and nonprofit organizations. Before becoming the Deputy Inspector General for Audit Service, Ms. Frontz served for 4 years in the position of Assistant Inspector General for Audit Services. During that time Ms. Frontz made several significant accomplishments including creating OAS’ Cybersecurity Division, leading a high-profile travel audit, and overseeing multiple audits of the Unaccompanied Alien Children program. Ms. Frontz previously served 26 years with the Department of Defense Office of Inspector General, including five years as the Principal Assistant Inspector General for Auditing. She has vast experience with auditing areas such as acquisition, contract management, logistics, supply management, and financial statements. Ms. Frontz has received numerous awards and recognition throughout her career. She was awarded the Secretary of Defense Medal for Meritorious Civilian Service and the Department of Defense Office of the Inspector Distinguished Civilian Service Award. A graduate of Ohio State University, Ms. Frontz is a Certified Public Accountant.