The Securities and Exchange Commission needs to make improvements to its hiring and personnel practices, according to a report from the Government Accountability Office.
The GAO said that the agency could do a better job of recruiting and retaining staff for its dozen offices, and that the SEC could more effectively seek out input from its 3,800 employees, members of Congress and the securities industry.
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