By Alicia M. Cohn - 04/25/12 06:18 PM EDT
Multiple Republicans who are on the House and Senate committees investigating the allegations have expressed concern that a "culture" exists at the agency, which allows such behavior to flourish.
"We have to get to the source of this problem and whether or not a culture existed," Snowe said.
She went on to advocate more women joining the Secret Service.
"The fact that it's 90 percent dominated by males indicates that we have to do further outreach, frankly, encourage women to join this service. Certainly it could change the overall atmosphere and culture, and certainly would be a healthier representation for the agency itself and society."