Christopher Webber

Professional title: 
Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Information Technology
Office: 
Office of Management and Technology (OMT)

Chris Webber was appointed as the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Deputy Assistant Inspector General (DAIG) for Information Technology in April 2017.  The Office of Inspector General’s (OIG) mission is independent and objective reporting to the HUD Secretary and Congress for the purpose of bringing about positive change in the integrity, efficiency, and effectiveness of HUD operations.  In his role as DAIG for Information Technology, Mr. Webber is responsible for the oversight of OIG’s Information Technology Infrastructure, Information Management, and IT Security.

Before his appointment as DAIG, Mr. Webber served as the Chief Information Officer for the Federal Housing Finance Agency OIG and the Federal Labor Relations Authority. Prior to these posts, Mr. Webber served as the Deputy Director of Information Assurance for the Executive Office of the President. Before he started his federal career, Mr. Webber worked in the “.com” industry in Seattle, WA.

Mr. Webber has lived in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area for more than 43 years.  He and his wife live in Maryland with their four children.