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BG&A Partner Jonathan Berry: “Coronavirus Response Will Continue to be a Top Priority” for Department of Labor Inspector General

By June 4, 2020July 7th, 2021No Comments

Boyden Gray & Associates partner Jonathan Berry was featured in an article from Bloomberg’s Daily Labor Report on June 3, 2020 about the recently announced plan for Labor Department Inspector General Scott Dahl to depart on June 21.

One former DOL leader during the Trump administration said the internal watchdog office shouldn’t have difficulty maintaining tough scrutiny of department actions after Dahl departs.

“While leadership transitions always pose challenges, I would expect that oversight on Labor’s coronavirus response will continue to be a top priority for OIG,” said Jonathan Berry, who stepped down in April as head of the DOL’s policy office.

The entire article, entitled, “DOL Watchdog’s Exit Creates Crucial Virus Oversight Vacancy,” by Ben Penn, can be found here.

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