Survey: ATF Rank and File Critical of Management
Ever since news surfaced of ATF’s highly-flawed Operation Fast and Furious, the agency has not only taken a hit in the public relations arena, but also in the area of morale.
Fox News reports that an internal survey shows that the men and women of the agency gave harsh marks to management.
“A key area in which ATF fell short was leadership,” an e-mail from ATF Headquarters, describing the results of the internal survey, reads, according to Fox.
The most troubling, according to Fox, was the question: “My senior leaders maintain high standards of honesty and integrity.”
Fox reported that 44 percent of ATF employees said that their leaders maintained such standards last year.
The survey was given by Partnership for Public Service, which administers surveys for government employees.
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- FBI Casts Doubt on Evidence in 1993 Murder (Crookston Times)
- 2 House Dems Urge IG to Issue Report on Fast and Furious (Washington Times)
- ATF Probing Fire That Killed 7 Kids and 2 Adults (WFMY)
- DEA Kills Man in Sting (Houston Chronicle)
- Ex-D.C. U.S. Atty. Wainstein Changes Law Firms (Main Justice)
- ACLU Claims FBI Included Muslims’ Religious Practices (AP)
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