IGI’s Doug Graham Quoted in Washington Post Regarding White House Vetting


Douglas Graham, IGI Senior Managing Director, was quoted in The Washington Post regarding the White House vetting process.

Graham, who worked on vetting senior officials in the Obama administration, said that “Obama White House staffers, after receiving a job offer and before their first day at the White House, were interviewed by a staff member in the office of the White House counsel who asked them to disclose any criminal, drug-use, ethical or professional issues that could be problematic to obtaining a clearance or serving the president.”

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