March saw a number of changes in high-profile positions at the DOJ. On March 24, David O’Neil assumed the role of Acting Assistant Attorney General for the DOJ Criminal Division, replacing Mythili Raman, who departed DOJ. O’Neil began his DOJ career as an AUSA in the Southern District of New York, and most recently served as the Chief of Staff to the Deputy Attorney General. Leslie Caldwell’s nomination to the position is pending in the Senate. Denis J. McInerney, the Acting Deputy Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division, is also leaving the DOJ and his replacement is not yet known. Two Assistant Chiefs of the FCPA Unit have taken on new roles. James Koukios has been promoted to Senior Deputy, Fraud Section and Jason Jones will be working with the Assistant Attorney General’s Office. Daniel Kahn has been promoted to Assistant Chief of the Fraud Section’s FCPA Unit.