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Friday, April 06, 2018

Five E.P.A. officials were sidelined after raising concerns about the security demands and unusual spending of the agency's chief, Scott Pruitt

At least five officials at the Environmental Protection Agency, four of them high-ranking, were reassigned or demoted, or requested new jobs in the past year after they raised concerns about the spending and management of the agency’s administrator, Scott Pruitt.

The concerns included unusually large spending on office furniture and first-class travel, as well as certain demands by Mr. Pruitt for security coverage, such as requests for a bulletproof vehicle and an expanded 20-person protective detail, according to people who worked for or with the E.P.A. and have direct knowledge of the situation.


Anonymous said...

He must be doing a great job since the liberals hate him.

Anonymous said...

As well they should!

It's about time we had some grown-ups in charge of some of these rogue government agencies.