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Topic - Lisa Mallory
The D.C. government is placing 90 of its employees on leave for their roles in a pattern of pilfering from the city's unemployment-insurance that totaled $840,000.
D.C. Mayor Vincent C. Gray says his signature jobs program is entering a new phase that will focus on job seekers who have not taken advantage of city services that link their skills with suitable employers.
The D.C. Department of Employment Services says its summer jobs program for young residents will likely come in more than $5 million under budget once final payroll figures are tabulated this month.
“We are confident that all deficiencies in the financial management of ETA funds have been addressed going forward and that through the corrective actions and reformative measure, DOES will be in full compliance with the federal costs principles and related DOL regulations,” said Lisa Mallory, director of the DOES office.
DOES Director Lisa Mallory said her agency has been investigating the cases for several months and referred many of the cases to the inspector general's office.