Justice Management Division [JMD] Law and Legal Definition
The Justice Management Division [JMD] is a part of the U.S. Department of Justice that serves as the management arm of the Department of Justice, advising the Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General of various issues related to the operation of the Department. The JMD works to provide assistance to senior management officials relating to basic DOJ policy for evaluation, budget and financial management, personnel management and training, equal opportunity programs, ethics training and advice, automatic data processing and telecommunications, security, records management, procurement, real property and material management, and for all other matters pertaining to organization, management and administration.
The JMD's Chief Financial Officer is the Assistant Attorney General for Administration. S/he is assisted by four deputies; the Department's Controller, Chief Human Capital Officer, Chief Information Officer, and Senior Procurement Executive.
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