AUSTIN — The Texas health commission’s new inspector general has brought with him a team of aides from the private sector, ushering in a new era of leadership at the embattled agency in charge of rooting out waste, fraud and abuse in health and human services in the state.
Stuart Bowen, a former special inspector general for Iraq reconstruction who was confirmed by the state Senate last month, will be joined at the agency by the following officials:
–Quinton Arnold, a former Fort Hood command inspector general who led the agency on an interim basis and will be the chief of staff
–Frank Bryan, an Austin criminal defense lawyer and onetime state district judge who will be deputy inspector general
–Mark Seal, who will be deputy inspector general for policy and external relations
–James Crowley, who worked with Bowen in Iraq and now will be his head of investigations