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UNCLASSIFIED//~
INSPECTOR GENERAL THE lNTElUGENCE COMMUNITY
WASHINGTON, 20511
July 2015
Mr. Randall Coleman
Assistant Director, Counterintelligence Division
Federal Bureau Investigation
935 Pennsylvania Ave., .W.
Washington. 20535
SUBJECT: Section l(c) Referral Potential Compromise Classified
Information
SENT VIA SECURE FACSIMILE
Dear Mr. Coleman.
(U) March 12. 2015, Senate Committee Chairmen Burr, Corker. and
Johnson requested that the State Department Inspector General (State IG)
conduct review State employees use personal email and non-government
networks for official purposes. The Chairmen asked State address several
specific areas, including whether classified information was transmitted
received. The Chairmen also requested State coordinate their review with the
Inspector General the Intelligence Community (IC IG). State thereafter
initiated review and requested support.
(U) Concomitant with the State review, State FOIA officials are reviewing
more than 30,000 emails prolided former Secretary State
Hillary Clinton. According the former Secretary, these 30,000 emails were
transmitted via personal hardware and software ~evices during her tenure
State.
(U//FOUO) support State IGs review. reviewed 296 the
30,000 emails. State had FOIA-processed these 296 emails and released them
publicly May 22, 2015. found that two these 296 emails contained
classified information. One email had been redacted using FOIA
Exemption. The other email had been processed and released unclassified
UNCLASSIFIED//~UQ..
HRC-351
UNCLASSIFIED//~
Mr. Randall Coleman
and unredacted form. This second email should have been marked
SECRET/ /SI/ /REL USA, FVEY according FOIA officials the
Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA),
and National Security Agency (NSA). These Intelligence Community FOIA officials
confirmed that State FOIA officials did not coordinate with them regard the
public release this .second email. /POU~ part its review, State sent former Secretary Clintons
personal attorney, Mr. David Kendall, preservation request regarding systems
and devices related the 30,000 emails. co-signed this request.
Mr: Kendall replied the request (see enclosure), and noted that had stored
electronic copies all 30,000 emails thumb chive located his law
office. Mr. Kendall also noted that the former Secretarys personal server the
custody company named Platte River Networks. //POU~ the thumb drive and personal server contain classified
information and are not currently the Governments possession, are referring
this matter your office for any action you deem appropriate.
(U) Please not hesitate contact me, a~L,._
questions concerns.
__.! with any per ODNI
Sincerely,
..._ HAI. Charles McCullough. III
Enclosure: stated
CC:
The Honorable James Clapper
The Honorable Steve Linick
Mr. William Evanina
UNCLASSIFIED//fleee
HRC-352.
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725 TWELFTH STREET, N.W.
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(202) 4l4-5145
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(202) 434-5000
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FAX (202) 434-5029
June 24, 2015 ELECTRONIC MAIL
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Office Inspector General
U.S. Department State
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Dear!a..._ _.... write personal COW1Sel form.er Secretary Clinton response your June
e-mail request for additional details regarding our preservation efforts related Seaetary
Clintons work-related e-mail from her tenure Secretary State. note the outset that the Department State possession all Secretary
Clintons work-related and potentially work-related e-mails. Specifically, response October 2014 letter request from the Department State, Secretary Clintons counsel
identified all work-related potentially work-related e-mail her possession, custody, control. total, 30,490 e-mails, all which were from her
@clintonemail.com account, were identified and provided hard copy the Department State December 2014. her personal counsel, continue retain preservation
copy the .pst file containing the electronic copies those e-mails, thumb drive
that stored secured safe the offices Williams Connolly LLP, 725 12th Street NW, Washington 20005. The only two persons authorized access that
thumb drive are and law partner, Katherine Turner. addition, have taken steps retain the server equipment that hosted
Secretary Clintons @clintonemail.com account during her tenure Secretary State,
even though that equipment longer active and, believe, longer contains any
data from Secretary ClintQns@clintonemaiJ.com account. The equipment the
custody Platte River Networlcs and maintained secure data center. response preservation notices related Secretary Clintons e-mail received that have received
HRC-353
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June 24, 2015
from certain entities, have confirmed Platte River Networkss receipt such notices
well.
Cc: per ODNI per ODNI FBI
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HRC-354
l.cL I:Sl Ul!ORW:.l:illlf
;!VA.I
D:RON LSU!liS:!TI :tO
lAH 2[L6 B.l J37JS519-4 ICG
UNCLASSIFIED//FOT:je
JNSP!::ClOR GENF.RAL THE INTEI.LIGENCE COMMUNIT
WASHINGTON, .2os11
MEMORANDUM FOR:
SEE DISIRIBUTION
SUBJECT:
Update support State Department
(Re: March 2015 letter from Chairmen Burr,
Corker, and Johnson)
CU/ /FOUO) March 2015, the Inspector General the State Department
(State IG) received letter from Chairmen Burr. Corker, and Johnson asking
for, among other requests, review State Department employees usage
personal email for official purposes. The letter also requested State
coordinate with office determine whether classified information was
transmitted received State Department employees over personal systems April 16, 2015, State initiated review the use personal
communications hardware and software five Secretaries State and their
immediate staffs.
CU//FOU8) Iri December 2014, former Secretaxy Clinton provided the
State Department with approximately 55,000 pages electronic documents.
These documents were deemed official business, and had been
transmitted via personal communications hardware and software. The State
Department the process reviewing these documents for potential public
release Ill response Freedom Information Act {F0IA) requests.
CU/ /lOUS} State asked office validate the procedures being used
State Department FOIA staff they process the 55,000 pages electronic
documents. Our preliminai:y assessment the FOIA pre-release process
determined that State Department FOIA staff lacked sufficient familiarity with
Intelligence Community (IC) equities properly identify potentially classified
information. provided State with some recommendations, and State
forwarded our recommendations the State Department FOIA staff. One
our recommendations was that State Department FOIA staff request
support from FOIA officials better protect potentially classified
information. /POUO) staff also reviewed 296 emails released State FOIA officials May 2015. identified one docwnent that had been released
UNCLASSIFIED//FOSe-
HRC-355
SUBJECT:
UNCLASSIFIED//~
Update support State Department (Re: March 2015 letter from
Chairmen Burr. Corker, and Johnson}
unclassified and unredacted form that --according DIA. NSA. and NGA FOIA
officials should have been marked and handled SECRET/ /NOFORN.
Further, these FOIA officials confirmed that the document question had not
been coordinated with the appropriate elements before public release. /POU()j office notified the National Counterintelligence and Secunty
Center (NCSC) well other appropriate CI/Secwity officials this
released, unredacted document. Under Intelligence Community Directive 701,
Deterrence, Detection. Reporting, and Investigation Unautlwrized Disclosures
ofClossffied Nationnl Intelligence., NCSC {formerly National Counterintelligence
Executive) responsible for assessing unauthorized disclosures classified
information and making any notifications they deem necessary the
Department Justice. per ODNI per ODNI
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with anyLq-u-e-stl--ons--o-r-c-on_ce_ms
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/1/ Date
:U,1J-
Inspector General the Intel.Ugence Community
DIS1RIBUTION:
The Honorable Richard Burr
The Honorable Dianne Feinstein
The Honorable Devin Nunes
The Honorable Adam Schiff
The Honorable James Clapper, Director National Intelligence
UNCLASSIFIED//~
HRC-.356
UNCLASSIFIED//llOtfE) YBI IDHM:.!-TION UK!rP..INI!
BE!m.IN WIC:I.JI..ESr::.
DATI: rn-.21-201.IS J313B!n!i4 MSICG
INSPECTOR GENERAL OF. THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY
WASHING-TON, 20511
MEMORANDUM FOR:
DISTRIBUTION
SUBJECT:
Classified Material Personal Electronic
Storage Devices
CU/ /FOUO) June 2015 office notified your committees that
had recently assessed the Freedom Information Act (FOIA) document review
process lh;e Department State (State). This assessment was limited the
ongoing process being used State FOIA officials reviewing almost 55,000
pages emails that had been provided State former Secretary State
Clinton. These emails had previously existed on. and had been transmitted
via, non-government communication system but were deemed official
business former Secretary Clintons staff.
CU/ /FOUfl) part our assessment. also reviewed subset these
same documents, some 296 emails, that had already been reviewed and
released State FOIA officials respo~ several FOIA requests.
According DIA, NSA. and NGA FOIA officials least one these
unredacted emails should have been marked and treated
SECRET//NOFORN.
(U//ffiU(}) June 2015, the ~tate Inspector General received the
attached letter from former Secretaiy Clintons personal counsel,
David Kendall. This letter discusses the former Secretarys provision
documents from her personal server State; the current location the
personal server; and information about mobile electronic storage device
(thumb drive) presently her counsels possession. The above-mentioned
SECRET/ /NOFORN document likely the thumb drive and possibly the
personal server (although Kendall notes believes the personal server
longer contains any data).
CU/ /FOUQ) Given the likelihood that classified material may exist
leastone unsecured, non-government system, the and State
immediately notified securtty officials ODNI, State, DIA. NSA. and NGA
accordance with Intelligence Community Directive 701, Deterrence, Detection,
Reporting, and Investigation Unauthorized Disclosures Cl.assified National
UNCLASSIFIED//16SQ.
HRC-357 UNCLASSIFIED//~
SUBJECT: Classified Material Personal Electronic Storage Devices
Intelligence. The State and defer the National Counterintelligence and
Security Center and the various agency security officials with regard
per ooNI per ooNI
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coordination appropriate security/ actions and the disposition these
electronic storage devices. Please contact th1
with any questi.01,,..n...,.....sor-,co~nce~m~s~.------~-------
L----~-:---
DISTRIBUTION:
The Honorable Richard Burr
The Honorable Dianne Feinstein
The Honorable Devin Nunes
The Honorable Adam Schiff
The Honorable James Clapper. Director National Intelligence
UNCLASSIFIED//PeeS
HRC-358
UNCLASSIFIED//P060
INSPECTOR GENERAL THE INTELI.IGENCE COMMUNITY
WASHINGTON, 20511 June 2015
The Honorable Steve Linick
Inspector General
Department State
2201 Street, (SA-3, Suite 8100)
Washington, 20520
Dear Mr. Linick: /fOUS) Thank you for reaching out myoffice assist you your
current review entitled Use Personal Communications Hardware and Software Five Secretaries State and Their Immediate Staffs. Thus far, our assistance
has been tailored reviewing State Departments Freedom Information Act
(FOIA) process and how classified information safeguarded that process. /FOUO} Our preliminary review identified four areas that may require
immediate attention State FOIA officials, coordination with Intelligence
Community FOIA officials. Those areas are detailed the attached memorandum. team has briefed your team members these developments and will continue refine findings and recommendations the review progresses.
Sincerely, Charles McCullough, III
cc:
ICounselor,
State Department Office Inspector General
Office the Inspector General the Intelligence Community
Attachmf
(U) MFR,1__- 15June, 2015) (U//fOUO)
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UNCLASSIFIED//~
HRC-390
UNCLASSIFIED//fieHe-
OFFICF. THE INSPECTOR GENERAL THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY
INSPECTIONS AND EVALUATIONS DIVISION
WASHINGTON, 20511
MEMORANDUM FOR THE RECORD June 2015
PROJECT:
(U) Special Inquiry 2015-001: Assistance State
Department Inspector General Review Use Personal
Communications Hardware and Software Five
Secretaries State and Their Immediate Staffs
INSPECTOR:
PURPOSE: f.,li:OUO) Document Potential Issues Identified
Preliminary Review the State Department FOIA
Process. per ODNI per ODNI
b7C per ODNI /FOUOJ The Office the Inspector General the Intelligence
Community (IC IG) assisting the State Department IGs office the above
referenced review; focused the handling potentially classified material during
the State Department Freedom Information Act (FOIA) review process.
conducting preliminary review the handling potentially classified material
during the State FOIA review process being used review the 33,000 emails
provided former Secret:aiy Clinton from her personal email seiver. Thus far,
have identified four areas that may require expedited attention State FOIA
officials, coordination with FOIA officials. Those areas are: /FOUO) Evaluation other agencies equities not optimal. State
Department currently relying retired senior Foreign Service Officers
review for other agencies equities FOIA cases. For example, review
the first set 296 emails received from former-Secret:aiy Clinton and
released the State Department FOIA website identified material that
should have been referred FOIA officials for review prior release.
Recommend State Department FOIA Office request staff support from FOIA offices assist the identification intelligence community
equities.
THIS DELIBERATIVE PROCESS DOCUMENT AND INTENDED SOLELY FOR OFFICIAL USE THE IG.
RECIPIENTS MAY NOT FURTHER DISSEMINATE WITHOUT THE EXPRESS PE.RMISSION PERSONNEL.
UNCLASSIFIED//~
HRC-391
UNCLASSIFIED//liOt10 /FOUO) Document Potential Issues Identified Preliminary Review the
State Department FOIA Process. /POUO) Storage and distribution FOIA material occurring
SECRET level network. State Department using SECRET level
network (ClassNet) store the 33,000 emails acquired from formerSecretary Clinton. State also using ClassNet distribute the FOIA
material for review both the intra-and-inter-agency. Material the
SECRET/ /NOFORN level was identified the first set 296 emails prior
their release. Recommend FOIA officers review the emails ensure
ClassNet use appropriate before transmitting the State Bureaus for
review. /FOUO) Applying appropriate FOIA exemptions protect classified
information. State Department FOIA personnel recommended five
(Classifle9 National Security Information) FOIA exemptions for proposed
redactions the first set 296 emails protect classified information.
According State FOIA personnel, during the State Department Legal
Offices review, four the exemptions were removed and changed FOIA exemptions (Privileged Communications). Recommend State
Department FOIA Office seek classification expertise from the
interagency act final arbiter there question regarding
potentially classified materials. FOUO) unclear the Department Justice reviewing the
emails before FOIA release. Former-Secretary Clintons emails are the
subject numerous FOIA requests and multiple FOIA lawsuits. may
prudent integrate the Department Justice into the FOIA process review ensure the redactions can withstand potential legal challenges. not
already being done, recommend the State Department FOIA Office
incorporate the Department Justice into the FOIA process ensure
the legal sufficiency review the FOIA exemptions and redactions.
THIS DELIBERATIVE PROCESS DOCUMENT AND INTENDED SOLELY FOR OFACIAL USE THE IG.
RECIPIENTS MAY NOT FURTHER DISSEMINATE WITHOUT THE EXPRESS PERMISSION PERSONNEL.
UNCLASSIFIED//!eBe
HRC-392
UNDER SECRETARY STATE
FOR MANAGEMENT
ALL IlilOH!!AFION rnNTAUra.C
BE3:EIN UNC:~..SSHIE!J
WASHINGTON
UNCLASSIFIED
l.-ll8-.20l6
JS7JS.!1194
JUN 2015
MEMORANDUM FOR THE INSPECTOR GENERAL
FROM: Patri~k Kennedy ~((_
SUBJECT:
Potential Issues Identified the Office the Inspector General the
Intelligence Community Concenling the Department States Process for the
Review Fonner Secretary Clintons Emails under the Freedom oflnformation
Act .(ESP-15-04) receipt the subject Memorandum (dated June 19, 2015) and its accompan}ing
Memorandum and Attachment from the Inspector General the Intelligence Community
(ICJG). Respomes the four recommendations are contained tbe attached.
The Department States FOIA processes are consistent with those other agencies.
States FOIA personnel anaJyze responsive records for disclosure pursuant the provisions
the FOIA and apply exemptions the documents appropriate. Department FOIA reviewers
are trained applying the exemptions, using guidance made available the Department
Justices Office oflnformation Policy. The reviewers consult with subject matter experts
Department components and with FOIA attorneys the Departments Office the Legal
Adviser, appropriate. tum, the Departments attorneys consult regularly with attorneys
DOrs Federal Programs Branch and attorneys U.S. Attorneys Offices legal .issues that
arise the context the .FOIA and FOIA litigation. Consistent with the long-standing practice third-agency review within the Executive branch and DOJ Policy Referrals, Consultatiens,
and Coordiuatiol the Department consults with other agencies with respect the review and
disclosure records that contain infom1ation that .is interest another agency.
Taking the above account, the Department finds the issues raised the ICIG are
either already addressed current processes are inconsistent with interagency practices.
Further, the recommendations provided the ICIG would add the FOIA review process
scheduJe and make more difficult meet the U.S. District Court order for rolling productions
without meaningfully enhancing the review process.
Attachment: stated.
UNCLASSJFJED
HRC-.393
SIC.G
Recommendation
The process utilized the State Department identify othe.r agency equities one with
parallels throughout the United States Government.
Prior 1D1dertaking the current effort, senior level meeting was :held with representatives number agencies (including the CIA and ODNI); the process utilized was outlined; and objection was entered.
The retired senior Foreign Service Officers are 1rtili7.ed because their years both FOIA
experience and substantive expertise the various regional and functional issues that are
reviewed. there are specific examples from the Benghazi 296 set that are concern, the
Department would welco.m further information.
Recommendation
The State Department Classified network authoriz.ed handle SECRET material,
including NOFORN, and thus ClassNet the appropriate system for the storage and distribution these FOIA materials.
Should the Department identify e-mail that potentially contains material that could
classified higher level, that material would pulled from 1he database and transmitted for
review via appropriate chaonel.
Recommendation
Final determinations ofclassification decisions are made senior personnel within the
Departments FOIA office, assisted subject matter experts relevant bureaus and the
Office the Legal Adviser, after referral other agency equities have been made the
appropriate agencies and their comments received. These individua1s have the experience and
expertise necessary carry out this responsibility correctly.
Recommendation
Emails with Department Justice equities (including those its component entities) are
forwarded the relevant DOJ entities for review. Legal sufficiency review the FOIA
exemptions and redactions are conducted attorneys from the Office the Legal Adviser; they
consult regularly with the Department Justices Federal .Programs Branch regarding FOIA
is.sues and litigation~ including litigation involving the former Secretarys emails. This type
process common throughout the interagency.
UNCLASSIFIED
HRC-394
QIG Office Inspector General
U.S. Department State Broadcasting Board Governors
June 29, 2015
UNCLASSIAED
MEMORANDUM FOR UNDER SECRETARY KENNEDY
FROM:R. Steve Unick, Inspector General, Department State Charles McCullough, Inspector General, Intelligence Community
SUBJECT:
Potential Issues Identified the Office the Inspector General the
Intelligence Community Concerning the Department States Process for the
Review Former Secretary Clintons Emails under the Freedom Information
Act (ESP-15-05) understand that, compliance with federal court order connected pending Freedom
Information Act (FOIA) litigation, the Department plans publish tomorrow portion the
55,000 pages emails produced former Secretary Clinton. are therefore providing this
Memorandum follow our June 19, 2015, Memorandum you, provide additional
information supporting our concerns about the current process underway review the 55,000
pages emails prior publication. June and June 27, 2015, Department staff responsible for FOIA issues further reviewed
portion the 55,000 pages that have been are reviewed. They report discovering
hundreds potentially classified emails within the collection. addition, there concern that
possible classified material will posted tomorrows release. Staff members from the Office Inspector General for the Intelligence Community (IC IG) are now taking steps verify the
classification some these emails.
Under the circumstances, continue urge the Department adopt the recommendations
made the our June Memorandum order enhance the current review system
and further minimize risk. The Department should ensure that classified documents are
publically released.
cc:
ESP-15-05
D-MR Heather Higginbottom
U.S. Department State, Office Inspector General, Washington, 20522-0308
HRC-395 per ODNI
per ODNI
....,. .!. .__
!____________.,. .__.
From:
Chuck Mccullough
Sent:
Monday, June 29, 2015 7:49
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To:
Subject:
[AIN] FW: Follow Memorandum per ODNI Charles McCullough, III
Intelligence Community Inspector General per ODNI per ODNI
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From: Kennedy, Patrick [mailto:KennedyPF@state.gov]
Sent: Monday, June 29, 2015 7:15
To: Linick, Steve (OIG)
Cc: Higginbottom, Heather Chuck Mccullough
Subject: RE: Follow Memorandum
Steve would appreciate your advising the that his office believes that
there material that needs withheld, needs identify the specific
documents involved. The ?Bates Stamp? number the document sufficient
reference item let know which are concern.
Since are set court order publish the first tranche tomorrow,
would hope that ,get this material soonest.
HRC-396
pat
From: Linick, Steve (OIG)
Sent: Monday, June 29, 2015 7:11
To: Kennedy, Patrick
Cc: Higginbottom, Heather Chuck Mccullough
Subject: Follow Memorandum per ODNI per ODNI
b7C per ODNI
Dear Pat:
Please see attached follow-up Memorandum regarding potential issues
identified the concerning the Department?s process for the review
former Secretary Cl.inton?s emails.
Please feel free contact Chuck
McCullough with any questions. Best, Steve
HRC-397 per
per ODNI
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FBI, ODNI..,
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Sent:
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Thursday, July 02, 2015 12:37
Kenned Patrick Linick, Steve (OIG)
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[AIN] Follow from Yesterdays Meeting per ODNI
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HRC-398 per DOS
Thanks.
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Office Inspector General
U.S. Department State
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HRC-399
UNCLASSIFIED
LJ.S. Department State
Case No. f..2~15-04841
Doc No. C05739772
Date: 05/13/2015
S.EPT. PRODUCED HOUSE SELECT BENGHA.M.
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REDACTIO FOIA WAIVER.
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UNCLASSIFIED
U.S. Department State
Case No. F-2015-04841
Doc No. C05739772
Date: 05/13/2015
STATE DEPT. PRODUCED HOUSE SELECT BENGHAZI COMM.
SUBJECT AGREEMENT SENSITIVE INFORMATION REDACTIONS. FOIA WAIVER.
HRC-400
STATE-SC80045762
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Kennedy, Patrick KennedyPF@state.gov>
Thursday, July 02, 2015 8:12
From:
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Cc:
Unick, Steve (OIG)!
Subject:
[AIN] RE: Follow from Yesterdays Meeting per ODNI
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Regards
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To:!
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,JJ]jy 02, 201s 12:37 per ODNI per FBI, ODNI
b7C per FBI, ODNI
Cc: Kennedy. Patrick Linick. Steve (OIGl
(OIG)
Subject: .Follow from Yesterdays Meeting
HRC-401
b7C per DOS
Thanks.
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Office Inspector General
HRC-402
U.S. Department State
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This email UNCLASSIFIED.
HRC-403 per ODNI
per FBI, ODNI
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From:
Sent:
To:
Cc:
Subject:
Monday, July 06, 2015 3:27
Jennifer Hudson:!
I[AIN] RE: Request for assistance from FOIA
tOIG);
Officials per ODNI
Thanks Jennifer.
Please advise you require any further information from us.
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Please advise you will begin coordinate with Ms. Hudson, and other
FOIA officials, the additional assistance identify equities. Also,
advise you need any additional information from us.
Cheers, per ODNI per ODNI
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Office the Inspector General the Intelligence Community
HRC-404
INSPECTOt GENERAL SENSITIVE INFORMATION
This e-mail including any attachments intended only for authorized
recipients. Recipients may not further disseminate this information without
the express permission the sender other Office the Inspector General the Intelligence Community personnel. This email may contain Inspector
General sensitive information that confidential, sensitive, work product
attorney-client privileged, protected Federal law, including protection
from public disclosure under the Freedom Information Act (FOIA), USC
552. Accordingly, the use, dissemination, distribution, reproduction
this information unauthorized unintended recipients may
unlawful. you have received this e-mail error, please notify
immediately return email, and please destroy all copies the e-mail
received error. per ODNI per FBI, ODNI
b7C per FBI, ODNI
Jennifer Hudson
Monda
Jul 2015 2:51 ......-1..._ __,,.r--------,_________---1(0IGl ____________. ... Request for assistance from FOIA Officials per ODNI per ODNI
b7C per ODNI are willing provide assistance State recognizing equities.
this point know NSA and NGA are willing help, and believe CIA may also willing participate.
This would help State identify equities that records could
referred through the normal process. not think that anyone intends
send officers down State full-time basis review and redact.
Jennifer
Jennifer Hudson
Director, Information Management Division per ODNI per ODNI
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ODNI/CIO
HRC-405
I~-,--~----,,~~~-- per ODNI per FBI, ODNI
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From: ...
Sent: Monday, July 06, 2015 2:12
To: Jennifer Hudson
,.;c;.;:c;.;:..,!_ ___.!(OIG) ...
!_____________.
Subject: Request for assistance from FOIA Officials
Greetings Jennifer, hope that you are well. discussed, the recommended that State
FOIA officials seek the assistance FOIA officials for identifying
equities the current State FOIA re~iew over 30,000 emails provided
Former Secretary Clinton. the ODNI FOIA official, are seeking your
assistance with this recommendation. Please advise you are willing
provide such assistance the State FOIA officials and you are, can you
reach out other FOIA officials and ascertain they too are willing
provide such assistance. look forward your response.
Thanks advance, per ODNI per ODNI
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Office the Inspector General the Intelligence Community
INSPECTOR GENERAL SENSITIVE INFORMATION
This e-mail including any attachments intended only for authorized
recipients. Recipients may not further disseminate this information without
the express permission the sender other Office the Inspector General the Intelligence Community personnel. This email may contain Inspector
General sensitive information that confidential, sensitive, work product
attorney-client privileged, protected Federal law, including protection
from public disclosure under the Freedom Information Act (FOIA), USC
552. Accordingly, the use, dissemination, distribution, reproduction
this information unauthorized unintended recipients may
unlawful. you have .received this e-mail error, please notify
immediately return email, and please destroy all copies the e-mail
received error.
HRC-406
HRC-407 per ODNI per FBI, ODNI
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From:
Sent:
To:
Jennifer Hudson
Cc:
OIG); 1.....---------------1
..__ __.Grafeld, Margaret P...__ _....1
[AIN] RE: Request for assistance from FOIA Officials
Subject: per ODNI
This offer assistance the something the
.._t_o_w_o-rk...-o~ut with the Under Secretary for Management Patrick Kennedy. per ODNI per FBI, ODNI
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Director
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Office Information Programs and Services (IPS)
Bureau Administration
Department State
SA-2, Room 5021
Washington, 20520
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202-261-8590 (fax)
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this point know NSA and NGA are willing help, and believe CIA may also willing participate.
This would help State identify equities that records could
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Jennifer
Jennifer Hudson
Director, Information Management Division
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sent: Monday, July 06, 2015 2:12
To: Jennifer Hudson
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Subject: Request for assistance from FOIA Officials
Greetings Jennifer, hope that you are well. discussed, the recommended that State
FOIA officials seek the assistance FOIA officials for identifying
equities the current State FOIA review over 30,000 emails provided
Former secretary Clinton. the ODNI FOIA official, are seeking your
assistance with this recommendation. Please advise you are willing
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provide such assistance the State FOIA officials and you are, can you
reach out other FOIA officials and ascertain they too are willing
provide such assistance. look forward your response.
Thanks advance, per ODNI per ODNI
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Monday, July 06, 2015 6:40
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Pat,
concerning Item #1, reflected the email immediately below from Jennifer
Hudson that have copied into this email, ODNI has been gathering resources support the review. urge you contact Jennifer, directly,
facilitate ODNI?s offered assistance.
Please contact your earliest convenience the results, and whether
you will providing memorandum supplementing your June 19, 2015 response.
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Director, Information Management Division
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From: Kennedy, Patrick
Sent Thursday. July 02, 2015 8:12
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facilitate ODNIs offered assistance.
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Please contact your earliest convenience the results, and whether
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send officers down State full-time basis review and redact.
Jennifer
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Director, Information Management Division
ODNI/CIO per ODNI per FBI, ODNI
b7C per FBI, ODNI
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QIG
Office Inspector General
U.S. Department State Broadcasting Board Governors
UNCLASSIFIED
July 10, 2015
MEMORANDUM FOR UNDER SECRETARY KENNEDY
FROM:
Steve Unick, Inspector General, Department State
Charles McCullough, Inspector General, Intelligence Community
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SUBJECT:
Request for Electronic Copy Former Secretary Clintons Emails you know, the Office the Inspector General (OIG) currently reviewing the use personal
communication~.hardware and software five Secretaries State and their immediate staffs,
and receiving assistance from the Office the Inspector General the Intelligence
Community (ICIG).
During our July 2015, meeting with you an~
!at the ICIG!
!advised
that the Department has obtained from Secretary Clintons counsel electronic copy the
55,000 pages emails produced Secretary Clinton hard copy the Department
December 2014. further background, June 24, 2015, Secretary Clintons counsel sent
OIG letter, which was shared with you the following day, advising that her counsel retained
preservation copy the .pst file containing the electronic copies those e-mails, thumb
drive that stored secured safe counsels offices. OIG now requests that you provide
OIG two copies this .pst file, for use OIG and ICIG.
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D-MR Heather Higginbottom
U.S. Department State, Office Inspector General, Washington, 20522-0308
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UNCLASSIFIED
MEMORANDUM
July 22, 201
TO:
OIG Steve Linick
FROM:
M..- Patrick Kennedy
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SUBJECT: Your Request for Electronic Copy Former Secretary Clintons
Emai)s
This memorandum response your July 10, 2015, memorandum
which you ask that the Department provide OlG and the Inspector General for
the lntelligence Community (ICIG) .pst files containing all the emails that
Secreta1y Clinton produced the Department hard copy December 2014.
First, clarify
!tol~
~at the Department has requested
Secretary Clintons counsel provide electronic copy the emails that were
produced.!
!also advised that, while Secretary Clintons counsel agreed so, had not yet received nor have since received such copy.
b7C you know, the Bureau Administration (A) has, scanned and loaded the
emails .pdf file into system CLASSNET for record keeping purposes and
the ongoing Freedom oflnfo1111ation Act (FOIA) review this material, well fulfiJI other FOIA requests. the course the current review, your staff has been given access those
electronic records CLASSNET, including the ability conduct searc~es
particular segments. This electronic access can extended the entire body
material via CLASSNET you wish.
Given the intense public interest and the sensitivity the former
Secretarys emails, would have serious concerns about providing the emails
outside the Department removable/transferable medium. Moreover, have
concerns about providing any such removable copy the ICIG for the simple
reason that much what contained Secretary Clintons emails relate the
programs and operations the Department State and not programs :and
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operations over which the ICIG has oversight responsibilities. See Inspector General Act seq. For example, there are numerous emails relating
deliberations and decisions regarding the appointment individuals positions
the Department State. seems beyond the scope the ICIGs authority
review such emails and could unnecessary invasion the privacy the
individuals being considered. Similarly, the emails include information, much
deliberative, concerning broad range Department programs operations that
cannot reasonably said implicate equities. the invitation the Bureau, FOIA reviewers are reviewing emails
and identifying those emails that might implicate equities. Copies any such
emails are then being provided the for its review. The ICIG can obtain those
emails from the entities for which has oversight responsibility, or, you wish, can identify those emails your office that you can work with the ICIG.
cc: The Deputy Secretary for Management and Resources
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