Letizia Tagliafierro will become the new state inspector general, while Kelly Cummings will be the next director of state operations, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s office on Sunday announced.

“Over the past two terms, this administration has worked tirelessly to improve the lives of New Yorkers, and I am proud to welcome this team to help build on our great progress,” Cuomo said in a statement. “With the help of these driven and qualified individuals, we will continue to make New York a stronger and more just state for all.”

Tagliafierro is a longtime Cuomo aide who has worked previously as the executive director of the Joint Commission on Public Ethics, the lobbying and government ethics regulator. She most currently held the post of deputy secretary for intergovernmental affairs.

She replaces Catherine Leahy Scott.

“Cathy has been an exemplary Inspector General: a consummate professional whose hard work has helped make New York a better place,” said Rich Azzopardi, a senior advisor to the governor. “We’re grateful she will be staying on to help ensure a smooth transition.”

Cummings served as deputy chief of staff and senior advisor to Cuomo. Before that, she was the communications director for the Senate Republican conference.

What’s become the growing duties of state operations director will be divided among two additional people along with Cummings, who will oversee day-to-day operations of the state as well as focus on infrastructure, Cuomo’s office said.

Her appointment also came with the appointments of Adam Zurofsky to become director State Policy and Agency Management, a role that will have him overseeing bigger picture policy issues. Michael Kopy will become director of Emergency Management

Cuomo also on Sunday announced Michael Schmidt, a senior economic advisor to the governor, will be nominated to serve as the commissioner of the Department of Taxation and Finance.