Ohlson Retains Civil Service Benefits
By Mary Jacoby | February 13, 2022 8:49 pm

Executive Office for Immigration Review Director Kevin Ohlson will be on “temporary detail” to the Attorney General’s office while serving as Eric Holder’s chief of staff, Al Kamen reports in the Washington Post (scroll down).

That means Ohlson, a career DOJ attorney, has the ”unusual luxury of returning to his previous civil service job without giving up the benefits that come with it,” Kamen writes. The chief of staff position is a political job that doesn’t have civil service benefits and protections.

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