As the New York Times reports, the resignations come after an independent panel criticized the security in Benghazi as "grossly inadequate."
At the same time, the review he led suggested that that there was a culture of “husbanding resources” at senior levels of the State Department that contributed to the security deficiencies in Benghazi. The attitude has “had the effect of conditioning a few State Department managers to favor restricting the use of resources as a general orientation,” the report noted.
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