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About the Justice Management Division

The Justice Management Division's Work

The Deputy Assistant Attorney General/Controller manages the Department's appropriations, budget and finance functions through the activities of the staffs below:

Learn more about the Office of the Controller.

The Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Human Resources and Administration is responsible for Departmental human resources, facilities, security and emergency planning, equal employment opportunity, library services, executive secretariat and administrative support functions. 

The Office of the Chief Information Officer's mission is to provide innovative, high-quality, and secure IT capabilities that support the Department in upholding law, justice, and public safety.

Learn more about the Office of the Chief Information Officer.

The Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Policy, Management, and Procurement (DAAG PMP) provides leadership and oversight of DOJ’s policy and management initiatives, ensuring that high-priority programs, such as those contained in the President’s Management Agenda, are properly addressed.  This responsibility includes managing the formal process to establish or reorganize DOJ organizations, serving as the Department’s liaison with the GAO and Inspector General, advocating the President’s competitive sourcing initiative, overseeing the Department’s ethics program, improving the utilization of small and disadvantaged businesses, articulating and implementing an effective Departmental Records Management and Directives Program, advancing facility and logistics management, enhancing administrative support services, as well as modernizing the Department’s electronic litigation strategy.  The DAAG PMP also serves as the Department’s Senior Procurement Executive and Suspension and Debarment Official.

Learn more about the Office of the Deputy Assistant Attorney General for Policy, Management, and Procurement.