Andrea Deadwyler

Assistant Inspector General for Audits, Small Business Administration Office of Inspector General

Andrea Deadwyler is the Assistant Inspector General for Audits at the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), Office of Inspector General (OIG) responsible for independent audits, inspections and evaluations of SBA’s programs and operations, encompassing more than $100 billion in guaranteed loans, nearly $100 billion in Federal contracting dollars, and most recently, more than $700 billion in Covid-19 Pandemic Relief Program dollars . Mrs. Deadwyler has more than 30 years of government experience, 21 of those years in the Inspector General community. Mrs. Deadwyler joined the SBA OIG in 2014 as the Director of the Credit Programs Group, responsible for directing audits of the Credit and Disaster Loan Programs. Prior to joining SBA, Mrs. Deadwyler was an Audit Director for the U.S. Postal Service OIG, conducting and directing a wide range of audits of Postal Service Programs and Operations, including Human Resources, Security, Emergency Preparedness, and Environmental Sustainability. Mrs. Deadwyler is a native of Washington, DC and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business Administration (Banking and Finance) and a Master’s degree in Public Administration from Bowie State University.