Alan Kimichik, Inspector General and Senior Deputy Director
Alan Kimichik is the Inspector General of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), in this role he oversees and conducts activities to prevent, detect and investigate fraud, waste and abuse in MDHHS programs, including those in the Michigan Children’s Services Agency and the Aging and Adult Services Agency.
Kimichik is the longest serving Inspector General in the U.S., his leadership skills in developing high performing investigative organizations and implementing fraud prevention and detection programs are evidenced in his current and previous positions. As Inspector General of the Department of Human Services he successfully developed and implemented a statewide fraud prevention program, resulting in millions of dollars of taxpayer savings and cost avoidance, while improving public assistance program integrity.
With over 30 years of experience in law enforcement and criminal justice programs with the State of Michigan. He is experienced in legislative and policy matters, including analysis and testimony. Alan aligns effective partnerships at all levels of the law enforcement community to address fraud waste and abuse vulnerabilities. He is experienced in utilizing data to assign investigative activities directed towards high risk vulnerabilities, resulting in effective returns on investment of time and resources.
As a graduate of Michigan State University, with his degree in Criminal Justice, Alan is a Spartan for life.