News and notes for january, 2018, 2:30 am EST: In an interview with the Associated Press, Dea is seeking new employees to help it improve its human resources system.
It said its hiring program includes “a team of six dedicated professionals to identify, recruit and recruit for the future.”
A spokeswoman for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) said she could not comment on the hiring process.
But the bureau did say last year it has hired about 1,500 new employees since the start of the year.
Dea said in January that it plans to hire more than 200 new workers by the end of 2018.
The company said last year that it would hire about 1.2 million people this year.
The company has said it will invest about $2.5 billion over the next 10 years to make its systems and operations more secure and modern.
In February, the company announced a major hiring drive, promising to hire 50,000 people to fill vacancies in the human resources and technology departments.
The hiring drive included a commitment to hire at least 3,000 new employees in 2019.
Dea, a small company that was incorporated in Delaware in 2012, says it has over 7,000 employees across its two offices in New Jersey and Delaware.
Last year, the Federal Communications Commission voted to require internet service providers to give customers a chance to verify their identities online.