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Herring taps 3 to review office, seek efficiencies

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Virginia's new attorney general has named three people to give his office a review, with an eye on reforms and cost savings.

Attorney General Mark R. Herring says the panel will review functions of his office to ensure that tax dollars are being spent efficiently and that the office is operated in the same manner as a modern, major law firm.

The panel will be led by Bill Leighty, whose lengthy resume in public service includes the post of chief of staff to two governors, Mark R. Warner and Timothy M. Kaine. He's also former director of the Virginia Retirement System.

The other two review panel members are W. Taylor Reveley III, president of the College of William and Mary, and Katherine Busser, a top executive at Capital One.


I think Tag Greason and Rust can answer that question for you.
Is anyone keeping tabs on the governors bar bill?

Where was the reform commission when we gave $2 million to the Redskins owner?  Did they get game tickets too?

5k for each member of the LCGR to cover expenses in their endeavor to streamline county government seems like a really good deal to me.
I guess you know how much the 3 volunteers on the blue ribbon panel will be able to spend, pray tell us? You made a statement now back it up or is this more of your unfounded hyperbole?

It will cost much less than the Loudoun County Government Reform Commission.

What if anything will it cost to have these 3 evaluate the office?

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