The investigation of the politicization of hiring practices at the Department of Justice appears to be broader than first believed. Among the practices that the DOJ inspector general and the Office of Professional Responsibility are looking into are what kinds of questions were asked of job applicants. As part of the investigation, they have sent a survey to DOJ hires inquiring whether they were asked things such as, Should gays be allowed to marry? Have you contributed to Republican candidates? What kind of conservative are you? More here.