The federal office that oversees resource allocation to the 94 U.S. Attorney offices nationally has no objective process to determine staffing levels, uses unreliable data and is unable to reallocate jobs between districts, according to an audit report released Tuesday by the Office of Inspector General. Citing inconsistent, inaccurate records kept by the Executive Office for United States Attorneys, the OIG report said its findings raise "significant concerns" about the data used by EOUSA.
Report Criticizes Office That Allocates Resources to U.S. Attorneys
The National Law Journal
November 13, 2008