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Steven A. Pasichow, CFE, CIG

Deluca Advisory Services


Steven A. Pasichow is a Certified Inspector General and Certified Fraud Examiner with more than 40 years of investigative experience across a vast range of pressing issues such as corruption, fraud, conflicts of interest, cyber-crime, whistleblower retaliation, and police, employee, contractor, and vendor misconduct.  He is a veteran leader of major public institutions whose excellence in leading complex projects and delivering top-notch results has earned him widespread recognition and various awards for outstanding performance over the course of his distinguished career. Steve served as the Deputy Inspector General and Director of Investigations at The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ) for more than five years, after serving ten years as the Assistant Inspector General and Assistant Director of Investigations. He headed all investigations concerning the agency, including those of entities doing business with the PANYNJ.  Steve also led the PANYNJ’s Fraud Prevention Program for major capital construction projects such as the World Trade Center Redevelopment Program, New Goethals Bridge, Bayonne Bridge Navigational Clearance Program, LaGuardia Airport Central Terminal Building Redevelopment Program, Lincoln Tunnel Access Program, and Hurricane Sandy Recovery Projects.  His duties included not only oversight of private-sector Integrity Monitors employed to provide fraud prevention coverage over those construction projects, but also oversight of Integrity Monitors assigned to individual companies. Prior to the PANYNJ, Steve spent more than twenty-six years with the New York City Department of Investigation (DOI), rising to the rank of Assistant Commissioner for his last twelve years.  As Assistant Commissioner, he created the DOI’s Investigative Policies and Procedure Manual, led agency-wide investigations into corruption, criminal activity, and conflicts of interest, and coordinated with law enforcement agencies and prosecutorial offices.   Steve also managed several special initiatives, including the Integrity Monitorship Program, which monitored the debris cleanup at Ground Zero following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.  Throughout his tenure as Assistant Commissioner, he served additional leadership roles - working as the Inspector General of the New York City Housing Authority and overseeing the Inspectors General of the Department of Transportation, Department of Design and Construction, Department of Health, and Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.  Steve also supervised the Inspector General of all social services-related agencies – which built upon his previous role of serving as Inspector General for many of these same agencies.