Allison Bragg to be Sanders’ choice for Inspector General
Little Rock, Arkansas – Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the incoming governor of Arkansas, declared on Friday that Allison Bragg will be her choice for Inspector General.
“Allison Bragg shares my vision to promote efficiency by tackling waste, fraud, and abuse at every level of government, making her the ideal choice to be the next Inspector General for our state,” said Sanders. “She is a respected federal prosecutor, a lifelong Arkansan, and brings a proven record of success and leadership to the talented team I have assembled. I look forward to working together to ensure that our government operates with integrity and accountability.”
Currently employed by the Office of the United States Attorney, Bragg is a federal prosecutor.
As an Assistant United States Attorney for the past ten years, Bragg has handled cases including violent crime, white-collar crime, complicated financial investigations, public corruption, fraud, child exploitation, and human trafficking.
“I am honored to be joining the Sanders Administration as Inspector General,” said Bragg. “Governor-elect Sanders has the right, bold vision to take Arkansas to the next level, and together we will work to ensure that we accomplish it with effectiveness, integrity, and honor.”
The United States Attorney’s Office’s White Collar Coordinator and Public Information Officer is Bragg.
This indicates that she acts as the office’s spokeswoman.
Bragg was raised in Lee County and later enrolled at the University of Arkansas for law school, where she graduated with a Juris Doctor and a Master’s in Agricultural Law.