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Command Partner, Joe Hagin, Selected as Panelist for Independent Review of Secret Service
In light of the recent White House security breaches, the Department of Homeland Security has selected a team of four panelists to conduct a thorough assessment of the Secret Service. Former White House Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations for President George W. Bush and Command partner, Joe Hagin, was among those selected. Mr. Hagin will be joined by former Associate Attorney General, Tom Perrelli, former Deputy Attorney General, Mark Filip and former Cabinet Secretary, Danielle Gray. The panel will spend the next few months reviewing the Sept. 19th fence-jumping incident and will submit their assessment and recommendations to DHS on December 15th. Homeland Security Secretary, Jeh Johnson, was quoted in the Washington Post, saying:
"I am also requesting that the panel advise me about whether it believes, given the series of recent events, there should be a review of broader issues concerning the Secret Service."
To read the full article, please go to: Washington Post.
Washington Post Asks Command About Experience Working with Joseph Clancy
Amid the swift resignation of Julia Pierson as Secret Service Director, the Obama Administration responded just as quickly. The president and first lady knew that recently-retired Secret Service agent, Joseph Clancy, was the man for the job. Mr. Clancy retired from the Service three years ago, and has since been acting as head of security for Comcast in Philadelphia. Washington political and governmental circles are already swirling with inquiries about Mr. Clancy's reputation within the agency. Command Partners, Commissioner Basham and Steve Atkiss, as well as Senior Advisor, Mickey Nelson, agree that Clancy was the right choice as the Secret Service embarks on a new chapter.
Mr. Nelson has undoubtedly had the most experience with the new interim cheif, having served by his side in the Secret Service for years:
Joe’s a pretty ‘Yes, sir; no, sir,’ just-the-facts kind of guy. He’s very well versed in every level.
To read the full article, please go to: Washington Post