The Washington Post reports that the State Dept’s entire senior management team resigned yesterday. This will likely carry significant implications for national security and visa issuance.
“It’s the single biggest simultaneous departure of institutional memory that anyone can remember, and that’s incredibly difficult to replicate,” said David Wade, who served as State Department chief of staff under Secretary of State John Kerry. “Department expertise in security, management, administrative and consular positions in particular are very difficult to replicate and particularly difficult to find in the private sector.”
via Washington Post