Linda Miller is a nationally recognized expert in fraud risk management with over a decade of experience as a government oversight executive.
With the October 2022 acquisition of Grant Thornton, she became a Partner at Guidehouse, where she brings her Fraud & Financial Crimes expertise to a variety of government and private sector clients.
In May 2020 Linda was appointed by the Chair of the Council of Inspectors General on Integrity and Efficiency as the Deputy Director of the Pandemic Response Accountability Committee (PRAC). She held this role for one year, helping to stand up the government’s pandemic oversight function in a fully virtual setting in the midst of the pandemic.
Linda also spent ten years at the Government Accountability Office (GAO), where she led the development of GAO's Framework for Managing Fraud Risks in Federal Programs (GAO 15-593SP). This framework was codified in statute with the signing of the Fraud Reduction and Data Analytics Act which requires federal agencies to adhere to the leading practices contained within it. She also served on the task force that developed the COSO/ACFE Fraud Risk Management Guide.
Linda is a skilled and experienced public speaker and routinely speaks at conferences about fraud risk management. She has been a speaker at dozens of large conferences, including five appearances at the ACFE Global Fraud Conference, and is a featured speaker Money 20/20 US in 2022.
In March 2022, Linda appeared before the House Committee on Oversight and Reform to testify about the need for enhanced fraud controls in government programs.
An accomplished elite athlete, Linda competed at the Olympic Games in 2000 in the sport of rowing. She holds a Master's degree in Public Policy from George Washington University.