Biden Official Under Scrutiny for Allegedly Using Her Position to Further Former Employer’s Goals
- June 16, 2021
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A political ethics watchdog is calling for the Office of the Inspector General to look into possible ethics violations by Nada Culver, a Bureau of Land Management official, alleging a conflict of interest.
Culver’s current role: Culver is serving as acting director of the Bureau of Land and Management, an agency within the Interior Department, which is responsible for administering federal lands.
Why it matters? Culver, as her bio page on the BLM websites notes, served as the Vice President, Public Lands and Senior Policy Counsel at the National Audubon Society. While working there, the group lobbied against certain Public Land Orders, including Bernhardt’s order that the agency has now delayed.