Dawn Case is the Deputy Chief Inspector General for the Office of the Chief Inspector General in the Executive Office of the Governor for the State of Florida under Governor Rick Scott.  In her role, Ms. Case assists the Chief Inspector General with monitoring Agency Inspectors General activities, conducting investigations, and managing and coordinating Whistle-blower investigations and Hotline activities.


Ms. Case began her career in 1986 with Florida’s Department of Children and Families (formerly the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services), Office of Inspector General, where she held numerous investigative positions including six years as its Chief of Investigations.  After 16 years with the Department of Children and Families, Office of Inspector General, she held the positions of Director of Investigations and Deputy Inspector General in the Executive Office of the Governor’s Chief Inspector General’s office under then Governors Jeb Bush and Charlie Crist and Chief Inspectors General Derry Harper and Melinda Miguel.  After eight years with the Office of the Chief Inspector General, she returned to the Department of Children and Families as Inspector General where she served in that capacity for approximately fifteen months before returning to the Governor’s office as Deputy Chief Inspector General.


In addition to her 28 ½ years in the Inspector General community, Ms. Case earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Florida State University.  Ms. Case is a certified Inspector General and currently serves as the First Vice-President of the Association of Inspectors General, Florida Chapter.

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