David C. Stewart, Esq.

David Stewart spent most of his 34 years in federal service formulating criminal investigative policy in the Office of the Inspector General, Department of Defense. He joined the DSI team as a Professional Services Provider in 2009.

As Program Manager of the DoD Voluntary Disclosure Program from 1993 until 2006, David received and analyzed contractor disclosures of possible fraud and other misconduct to determine whether the disclosure qualified the contractor for official recognition and admission to the Program. In that capacity, he worked closely with attorneys in the Department of Justice Criminal and Civil Divisions, investigators in the Defense criminal investigative organizations, suspension and debarment officials in the Departments of Army, Navy, Air Force and in the Defense Logistics Agency, and private sector attorneys throughout the United States.

During his federal career, David participated in numerous training programs sponsored by the American Bar Association and other professional associations to address issues related to corporate integrity and compliance programs.

In addition to his duties under the DoD Voluntary Disclosure Program and corporate compliance and integrity activities, David served as the legislative liaison official for the DoD Inspector General. In that position, he worked directly with staff of the Senate and House Armed Services Committees, managed the preparation of congressional testimony for the Inspector General and Deputy Inspector General, as well as the preparing the position of that office on all major procurement legislation.

Earlier in his career, David also practiced law in the private sector, representing clients before administrative and regulatory agencies in the State of Vermont. After his retirement from the DoD in 2006, David served as an independent monitor and as an ethics advisor in connection with administrative agreements between the government and private sector companies.

David is a graduate of St. Michael’s College and St. John’s University School of Law. He is member the Vermont Bar and the American Bar Association.