Governor Josh Shapiro announced two key cabinet appointments: Lucas Miller to continue serving as State Inspector General and Reggie McNeil to be Secretary of General Services.
“Lucas Miller and Reggie McNeil are experienced and dedicated public servants, and I am proud to have them on my team,” said Governor Josh Shapiro. “Together, we will work to ensure state government works for the people of Pennsylvania. I have complete confidence in these leaders and in the rest of my cabinet to bring people together to solve problems, create opportunities for Pennsylvanians, and advance real freedom in our Commonwealth.”
“It is an honor to continue to serve as State Inspector General,” said Lucas Miller. “I look forward to continuing to work to eradicate waste, fraud, and misconduct in the Commonwealth and to ensure accountability in state government.”
“I am humbled and honored to be the next Secretary of General Services for the Commonwealth,” said Reggie McNeil. “As an advocate for reform and transparency in government, I am excited to work alongside Governor Shapiro to solve problems and make sure government operates efficiently and effectively for the people of Pennsylvania.”
Miller has been with the Office of State Inspector General (OSIG) for over twenty-three years, beginning his career as an Agent in OSIG’s Bureau of Fraud Prevention and Prosecution (BFPP). He has held numerous positions within the Office, including Welfare Fraud Investigator Supervisor; Operations Manager; Bureau Director for the Bureau of Administration, Policy, and Training; Bureau Director for BFPP; and First Deputy State Inspector General.
McNeil served as a naval officer in the United States Navy Civil Engineer Corps. After a 22-year career in the Navy, McNeil transitioned into public education serving as Executive Director of Capital Programs in the Charleston County School District in Charleston, South Carolina. He then served as the Chief Operating Officer of the School District of Philadelphia, the largest urban school district in Pennsylvania and the eighth-largest school district in the nation.