AKA Stuart W. Bowen, Jr.
Birthplace: Washington, DC
Race or Ethnicity: White
Party Affiliation: Republican
Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Iraq Inspector General
Military service: USAF
Stuart Bowen worked on George W. Bush's first gubernatorial campaign in Texas, then got an administrative post in Austin. He was part of Bush's legal team challenging recounts in the 2000 election in Florida, and was first appointed associate counsel under Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, then deputy staff secretary under Harriet Miers. Appointed Inspector General for the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) in January 2004, and Special Inspector General for Iraq Reconstruction in October 2004, overseeing $22B in Iraq reconstruction funds.
Bowen was under FBI investigation for alleged electronic tampering, fraud and abuse of power.
 Robin Wright, "Staff Alleges Abuses by Top Iraq Auditor: Employees Tell Grand Jury, FBI of Mismanagement in Inspector General's Office", The Washington Post, 30 March 2008. Also, "FBI Investigates Iraq Reconstruction Official After Accusations of Misconduct", Associated Press, 14 December 2007.
University: BA, University of the South (1982)
Law School: Vanderbilt University
Law School: JD, St. Mary's Law School, San Antonio, TX (1991)
Patton Boggs Partner (2003)
State Bar of Texas 1991
Florida 2000 Recount
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