Memorandum of Deputy Attorney General delegating authority

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Memorandum of Deputy Attorney General Delegating Authority  (2005) 
by James B. Comey
U. S. Department of Justice

Office of the Deputy Attorney General
Washington, D.C. 20530

The Deputy Attorney General Washington, D.C. 20530


MEMORANDUM

TO:

David Margolis
Associate Deputy Attorney General

FROM:

James B. Comey
Deputy Attorney General

SUBJECT:

Delegation of Authority

In the attached correspondence to Patrick J. Fitzgerald, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois, dated December 30, 2003, and February 6, 2004, I delegated to Mr. Fitzgerald all of the authority of the Attorney General with respect to the Department’s investigation into the alleged unauthorized disclosure of a Central Intelligence Agency employee’s identity. By virtue of the authority vested in me as Deputy Attorney General under the law, including 28 C.F.R. § 0.15(a), I delegate to you all of my authority as Acting Attorney General with respect to that investigation and Mr. Fitzgerald’s service as Special Counsel, as delineated in that correspondence. This delegation to you in no way retracts or modifies the scope of the prior delegations of authority to Mr. Fitzgerald.

August 12, 2005
Date

/s/ James B. Comey
James B. Comey

Attachments (2)

cc:

Robert D. McCallum, Jr.
Patrick J. Fitzgerald


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