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How the FBI director figures out who belongs in the most important jobs

March 30, 2015View for printing

As FBI Director James B. Comey focuses the country's premier law enforcement agency on terrorism and cyberthreats, he is leaning heavily on a little-known corporate tool to deal with a critical part of getting the job done: climate surveys.

Comey is using the surveys to help determine who should be running the most important jobs at the bureau. And in the process, he says, he wants to create a leadership factory.

By Adam Goldman and Steven Rich

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