DHS Chief of Staff Took 'Unplanned Trajectory' to Front Office
Reflecting on his 10 years in government service, Paul Rosen, chief of staff at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, spoke about the "unplanned trajectory" of his career and how his background in the law, even in a managerial role, has played into the agency's decisions.
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