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OIS Cases FileGate-Exhibits-18-02

OIS Cases FileGate-Exhibits-18-02

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Category:Obtained Document

Number of Pages:6

Date Created:August 16, 1999

Date Uploaded to the Library:July 30, 2013

Tags:color, passholder, vault, passholders, passes, procedures, required, active, removed, Procedure, conduct, reports, Marceca, Update, political, prior, Administration, process, access, Livingstone, project, people, requested, SECRET, staff, HHS, pound, service, clinton, FBI, request, White House, david, EPA, IRS, ICE


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people political positions departed with the outgoing administration and were replaced new people the incoming administration, was difficult maintain accurate Secret Service list active passholders. Many people from the past administration would continue identified the Secret Service list active passholders for long periods into the new administration because the Secret Service was not informed that they had left. 

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With the passage time each new administration, the Secret Service active passholder list tended become more accurate departed employees remaining the list were identified and removed. Also, some point late the first year each new administration after the new staff was mostly place and political turnover had largely stabilized, the Secret Service would issue new permanent White House passes different color from the prior administration. That process, commonly referred the "color change, required all active passholders turn their old passes the Secret Ser.vice and obtain new passes. comply within designated period were removed from the Secret Service active passholder list, which ensured that the active passholder list was far more accurate after the color change. 

24. 
When worked update projects prior administrations, the procedure followed OPS was wait until after the color change obtain Secret Service list active passholders commence the project. However, during the Bush Clinton transition 1993, OPS could not delay until the color change commence the project because pending retirement would soon leave the office without anyone with the needed knowledge and understanding the project. Also, Mr. Livingstone desired have the office fully functioning 

before left. 
25. minimize the inaccuracy problem with the Secret Service active passholder list 

prior the color change, plan was commencethe Update Project with the non-political offices before retired, and expected that the OPS staff would later obtain newactive 
passholder list from the Secret Service after the color change before proceeding request prior reports from theFBI employees the political offices within the White House. 

26. fully explained the proper procedures for conducting the Update Project Ms. newSecret Service passholder list after the color change complete the project. 
27. Shortlybefore retired, learned thatAnthony Marceca would detailed OPS from the Defense Department assist with office functions, and met with him the OPS office for several hours before commenced work OPS. discussed generally the many functions 

and procedures the office during the meeting. 
28. discussion with Mr. Marceca, mentioned the UpdateProject, and likely 
that pointed out him the Secret Service list that was using the time conduct the project, which kept work station the OPS vault. However, had knowledge the time that Mr. Marceca would assigned primary responsibility for completing the Update Project after retirement, and did not explain the procedures for the project detail ormy plan for completing the project. particular, did not directly explain Mr. Marceca the color change process for 

had advised other OPS staff the procedure. 
29. retired from OPS the week before Mr. Marceca was scheduled begin his detail theoffice. 
30. When Ideparted the office, Ileft the Secret Service list Iwas using conduct the 

Update Project plain view work station the OPS vault, and Iexpected that list would used the OPS staff continuing the project absence. 
31. 
Throughout work the Update Project 1993, never heard observed anything that suggested that anyone had any improper desire intention request previous reports from the FBI individuals from prior administrations who longer required routine access the White House complex. The fact that Mr. Livingstone assigned the Update Project supervision and requested that delay retirement continue working the project and other matters within the office, indicated that intended the Update Project conducted properly and manner consistent reasonably possible under the circumstances with the procedures followed prior administrations. 

32. attempted throughout work the Update Project the Clinton administration properly conduct the project recreate the security files for holdovers from the Bush administration who required continuing, routine access the White House complex. Inever knowingly requested previous reports anyone who believed longer required routine access. 

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