- The Washington Times - Monday, September 22, 2014

Want to get a job with the Justice Department? There’s an app for that.

The nation’s law enforcement agency is launching a free app called “DOJ Law Jobs” that will allow users to quickly find vacant attorney positions or law student internships in the department.

The app will provide access to employment opportunities as well as information on how to apply for one of the agency’s more than 10,000 attorney positions nationwide.

The app is currently only for iPhone, but an iPad and Android version will be released in the coming weeks, the department said.

“Mobility is the future,” said DOJ Chief Information Officer Joseph Klimavicz. “The Department of Justice is committed to changing the way citizens interact with government information. We are tailoring our mobile strategy to align with the needs of American citizens.”

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