Lanny L. Van Camp
Regional Inspector General for Investigations
Biograhies - Current Employees
|Lanny L. Van Camp is currently serving as the Regional Inspector General for Investigations, which includes the Kennedy Space Center, the Marshall Space Flight Center, the Stennis Space Center, and the Michoud Assembly Facility. He has been in this position since his selection in November 1995.
Starting in November 1990, he was the KSC Center Director for the Office of Inspector General. Beginning in November 1986, he was the Assistant Inspector General for Investigations at the Department of Energy in Washington, D.C. He has been a criminal investigator for over 25 years, first serving with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in both Texas and Oklahoma. In addition, he has served with NASA's Office of the Inspector General at both the Lewis Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio, and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California.
Van Camp graduated from Florida State University in 1966 with a degree in English Education. He held positions as both classroom teacher and athletic coach before entering the Federal Service.
He is married to the former Marcia K. DeVos and they reside in Orlando, Fla., with three of their five children.