DEPUTY ASSISTANT INSPECTOR GENERAL FOR INVESTIGATIONS - INTELLIGENCE AND ADMINISTRATION
Kelly Bloyer serves as the Deputy Assistant Inspector General for Investigations–National Investigative Operations, in the Social Security Administration (SSA) Office of the Inspector General (OIG). Kelly has worked for the SSA OIG since July 1998, beginning as a Special Agent in the Office of Investigations’ Strategic Enforcement Division. In 2000, Kelly went on to serve as a Special Agent in the Kansas City, Missouri office. He continued to hold positions of increasing levels of responsibility, including Assistant Special Agent-in-Charge of the Philadelphia Field Division, and Special Agent-in-Charge of the Kansas City Field Division.
In 2009, Kelly was selected to participate in SSA’s Senior Executive Service Candidate Development Program (CDP). During the CDP, Kelly completed assignments with the Senate Finance Committee, Department of Homeland Security OIG, and SSA’s Office of Disability and Adjudication Review. Upon graduating from the CDP, Kelly became the Acting Special Agent-in-Charge of the Electronic Crimes Division.
Prior to joining the SSA OIG, Kelly spent over 7 years in various roles within SSA. Kelly graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville with a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice Administration. He is also a graduate of the Office of Personnel Management’s Leadership for a Democratic Society and the Harvard John F. Kennedy School of Government’s Senior Executive Fellows programs. Kelly is married to Mary Trebilcock Bloyer and they have one child.