July 28, 2008
DOJ Releases Report on Politicized Hiring in Ofc of Attorney General
In March 2007, the Office of Professional Responsibility & the Office of the Inspector General began a joint investigation into the hiring (and retention) practices of the DOJ for U.S. Attorneys and Assistant U.S. Attorneys. After the Congressional testimony of Monica Goodling, DOJ's White House Liaison and Sr. Counsel to the AG, the investigation was expanded to look at the hiring process for career DOJ employees. The 146-page report, dated July 28, 2008, contains a lot of infomation, not the least of which are Ms. Goodling's LexisNexis search strategies.
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