Patrick Francis Kennedy (born June 22, 1949) is a former career Foreign Service Officer who served as the U.S. State Department's Under Secretary of State for Management. He was Director of the Office of Management Policy, Rightsizing and Innovation. He has been Deputy Director for Management at the cabinet level ...
Patrick F. Kennedy, a Career Minister in the Foreign Service, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate as Under Secretary of State for Management on November 6, 2007. As Under Secretary for Management, he is responsible for the people, resources, budget, facilities, technology, financial operations, consular affairs, logistics, ...
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Sep 4, 2013 ... Kennedy's management office has come under close scrutiny for its handling of the September 11, 2012 Benghazi attack.
Jul 1, 2016 ... The State Department's senior-most official responsible for compliance with federal record-keeping laws said he never “focused on” Hillary Clinton's use of a private email account for official business while secretary, according to transcript released Thursday. Undersecretary for Management Patrick F.
Oct 21, 2016 ... From the Benghazi cover up to a clumsy attempt to trade favors with the FBI, a long string of State Department scandals dating all the way back to 1998 has one central figure in common: Patrick Kennedy. ADVERTISEMENT. The undersecretary of state for management, Kennedy, has been directly involved, ...
Jul 28, 2016 ... In a town infamous for throwing bureaucrats under the bus, Patrick Kennedy's survival is the stuff of legend. The 67-year-old State Department official is largely unknown to the general public, but for Republicans in Congress, he is the dark force behind two of the biggest controversies of Hillary Clinton's ...
Oct 17, 2016 ... Patrick Kennedy is a 67-year-old, high-ranking State Department official who — according to FBI documents released on Monday — offered a “quid pro quo” to the FBI in an attempt to get the Bureau to switch a single classified email to “ unclassified.” The FBI declined the request and the State Department ...