Booz Allen says ex-FBI director conducting review after employee arrest

By REUTERS
October 28, 2016 01:07

 
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Booz Allen Hamilton said on Thursday it had asked a former FBI director to conduct a review of the firm's security, personnel, and management processes and practices after the arrest of a former National Security Agency contractor employed by the firm charged with stealing classified information.

Robert Mueller's review began on Oct. 19, Booz Allen said in a statement.

Harold Thomas Martin was taken into custody in Maryland in August. Government lawyers said last week they would prosecute Martin under an espionage law, a move carrying far more severe penalties than previously announced charges.

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