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Marshals Service Deploys Software to Address Agency Inefficiencies

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Jeff Brody

The U.S. Marshals Service launched a project focused on using software to identify needs for correction in agency procedures, Federal News Netowrk reported Friday. Donald Washington, director of the Marshals Service, told attendees at a Department of Justice event that software developers will team with operational personnel to map out agency operations and pinpoint inefficiencies as part of the “capture project”. 

Washington noted that the project comes as part of efforts to implement new ideas to organizational procedures and “determine how best to run the agency going forward.” The Marshals Service is also working on other personnel expansion initiatives such as adding more classes to its academy to speed up the entry of trainees into the workforce.

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