RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - Virginia's Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission is getting a new director.
Nineteen-year JLARC veteran Hal Greer will succeed Glen Tittermary, whose retirement takes effect Sunday.
The commission announced Greer's promotion Thursday. Greer began his career with JLARC in 1994 as a senior legislative analyst and moved up to project leader, division chief and deputy director. He also has served as the commission's legal adviser over the last 19 years.
JLARC is the General Assembly's watchdog agency, responsible for evaluating the operations and performance of state agencies and programs.
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