Corey Coleman, the former head of personnel at the Federal Emergency Management Agency, has been accused of creating a culture of sexual harassment at the agency, which FEMA Administrator William “Brock” Long characterized as a “systemic problem going on for years.” Coleman, who resigned in June and is under investigation, allegedly hired women he met in bars and on dating websites, transferring some of them to various departments so his friends could try to have sex with them, according to a report from The Washington Post. Long also said that Coleman hired his fraternity brothers, other college friends, and the aforementioned women without following proper hiring procedures. The investigation into Coleman’s behavior started in 2015, when a woman told Long that Coleman sexually harassed her. He said the agency’s issues go beyond just Coleman, and that the investigation is “not going to stop with him.” Long said he will implement counseling, a new office to handle sexual misconduct claims, and mandatory training. Coleman started with FEMA in 2011 as deputy personnel chief and was soon promoted to chief. He was in charge of hiring for the 20,000 person agency.