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  • In her email, Ms. Cox also said she shared concerns within the agency about Mr. Neely, who was facing scrutiny because of his agency-funded trips to Hawaii and other Pacific destinations.

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  • "I know Susan is not happy that Jeff received a relatively high performance evaluation and bonus given what transpired with the Western Regional Conference, but my concern at this point is not Jeff but the agency and the administration," Ms. Cox wrote. "Making this public to punish Jeff with a side effect of unnecessarily exposing the agency doesn't make sense to me."

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