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FBI Director James Comey, on the job for only six months, says he’s ready to “restock” the “magic” of his agency with a hiring spree:

“I’m looking to hire 1,000 people to start to fill those almost 2,500 vacancies that we have — hundreds of special agents and intelligence analysts to restock that magic of the FBI, which is our talent.”

Comey told a Senate Appropriations subcommittee last week that he hopes to complete the hiring by October first.

He blamed the sequester for putting his agency under stress. “Everywhere around the country, I heard from my folks about the difficulties they were encountering with vacancies, with limitations on gas, with the abolition of training, with Quantico being a ghost town. And thanks to this committee and other members of the Senate and the House, that changed in late January when the budget was passed.”