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Mon Aug 9, 2021, 05:33 AM

After 32 years, Virgin Islands inspector general retiring

In July, V.I. Inspector General Steven van Beverhoudt announced his plans to retire, but his 32 year career will leave behind a lasting legacy.

Born in St. Thomas, van Beverhoudt graduated from College of the Virgin Islands in May 1979, with a degree in accounting. He worked for the Bureau of Internal Revenue auditing tax returns.

It got be a little boring, van Beverhoudt admits. So, he began to explore his interest in government auditing.

To understand how van Beverhoudt came to be the first inspector general for the Virgin Islands, its important to understand the history of government auditing in the territory.

Read more: http://www.virginislandsdailynews.com/news/after-32-years-v-i-inspector-general-retiring/article_e8e58465-fbc9-5a8c-90ef-0fdc8848a2ad.html

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