Glenn Cunha has served as the fourth Inspector General of Massachusetts where his five-year term starting in 2012 was soon extended as he was reappointed back in 2017. At the Office of the Inspector General, Glenn and his staff promote transparency and efficiency in the government. The OIG even offers the Massachusetts Certified Public Purchasing Official (MCPPO) program which provides a variety of training and classes on public procurement, effective contract administration, fraud prevention, and more. 

Before entering the realm of investigating fraud, waste, and abuse at the IG’s office, Glenn worked in the Attorney General’s office for 8 years. There, he was the chief of the Insurance & Unemployment Fraud Division and the managing attorney for the Criminal’s Bureau. Thirty years in the public and private sector also includes Glenn’s work at the Suffolk County District Attorney’s office and Norfolk County as the Assistant District Attorney. He prosecuted numerous cases and tried Superior Court trials of drug distribution, firearm possession, and violent assaults on children as the Deputy Chief of the Child Abuse Unit. 

Glenn has a B.A. in Economics from Boston College, an MBA from Bentley University Graduate School of Management, and a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School after realizing his passion in pursuing a legal career. Over the last year, Glenn has additionally managed to teach courses at Boston College Law School. In August of 2022, Glenn Cunha’s Inspector General position comes to an end after exactly a decade of preventing and detecting public funds and public property misused.