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Chapter : General Policy and Analysis

General Policy and Analysis

General policy and analysis

Basic Resources

▶Agencies

Justice Dept. (DOJ),950 Pennsylvania Ave. N.W., #4400, 20530-0001; (202) 514-2001. Fax, (202) 307-6777. Jeff Sessions, Attorney General; Rod Rosenstein, Deputy Attorney General; Sarah Isgur Flores, Public Affairs, (202) 514-2007. Information and switchboard, (202) 514-2000. Library, (202) 514-3775. Public Affairs, (202) 514-2007. Public comments, (202) 353-1555.

General email, askdoj@usdoj.gov

Web, www.justice.gov

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