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Lynn Haynes, former director of Personnel for Gov. Phil Murphy's transition. (Photo by Nikita Biryukov)

Some used personal devices for Murphy transition

By Nikita Biryukov, February 05 2019 7:48 pm

Some of the workers on Gov. Phil Murphy’s transition team used personal computers and cellphones for their work, transition director of personnel Lynn Haynes said Tuesday.

While the State Department of Treasury provided government computers for the transition, there was no discrete policy forbidding the use of personal devices, Haynes said.

“We were issued government computers, so that’s what most people used,” Haynes said, adding when asked if others used personal devices. “I’m sure some did.”

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