""IndiSoft"":http://www.indisoft.us, a technology developer that focuses on systems for the default services industry, recently announced that Earl Devaney has joined its advisory board.
Devaney recently retired from the federal government after 41 years. He will advise IndiSoft on business development efforts and other company business.
""Earl's government expertise and strong financial management background will put us in a stronger position to offer technology that provides the transparency needed in auditing and compliance processes,"" said Sanjeev Dahiwadkar, CEO of IndiSoft.
""Providing the financial industry the most advanced technology while preventing a repeat of economic decisions that got us where we are today is one of our top priorities,"" Dahiwadkar added.[COLUMN_BREAK]
Most recently, President Obama appointed Devaney chairman of the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board, which oversaw the distribution of the $787 billion American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 stimulus plan.
His innovative use of disruptive software has revolutionized the way oversight and accountability will be conducted for the foreseeable future, according to IndiSoft.
Devaney was also the presidential appointed inspector general of the Department of the Interior for eight years and was director of criminal enforcement at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for nine years. He spent 21 years in the Secret Service, during which time he earned his international reputation as a financial crimes expert.
""I have been fortunate to experience first-hand how the effective use of technology can improve transparency and accountability and, therefore, help raise the confidence of the American public in its government,"" Devaney said.
""While serving as the chairman of the Recovery Accountability and Transparency Board, we were able to provide an unprecedented level of oversight, and it was always new software that became the game changer in that effort. IndiSoft is just the kind of company that can provide the technology the government needs,"" Devaney added.