Mark Lee Greenblatt is an attorney based in the Washington, DC, area specializing in criminal and ethics investigations. Over the course of his career, Mark has led investigations into criminal and ethical misconduct by senior officials in the U.S. and foreign governments, homeland security vulnerabilities, Medicare abuses, and tax cheats. During his tenure at the U.S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, Mark led the Senate’s investigation into the United Nations’ Oil-for-Food Program. In that role, Mark testified twice before the Senate to present evidence of corrupt deals involving foreign politicians and U.N. officials.
Mark L. Greenblatt serves as the Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Compliance and Ethics for the Department of Commerce Office of Inspector General (OIG). He previously served as the Director of Special Investigations for the Department of Commerce OIG and as an Investigative Counsel in the special investigations division of the Department of Justice OIG.
Before his government service, Mark was a litigator at two large international law firms and a law clerk for a Federal District Judge. He received his undergraduate degree from Duke University and a J.D. from Columbia University School of Law. He was also a Senior Managers in Government Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University.
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