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JW v DOJ HRC emails 02046 pg 77-78

JW v DOJ HRC emails 02046 pg 77-78

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RICHARD BURR, NORTH CAROLINA, CHAIRMAN
DIANNE FEINSTEIN, CALIFORNIA. VICE CHAIRMAN
JAMES RISCH. IDAHO
DANIEL COATS, INOIANA
MARCO RUBIO, FLORIDA
SUSAN COLLINS, MAINE
ROY BLUNT, MISSOURI
JAMES LANKFORD, OKLAHOMA
TOM conoN. ARKANSAS
RON WYOEN. OREGON
BARBARA MIKULSKI, MARYLAND
MARK WARNER, VIRGINIA
MARTIN HEINRICH. NEW MEXICO
ANGUS ltlNG, JR., MAINE
MAZIE HIRONO, HAWAII
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SELECT COMMITIEE INTELLIGENCE
MITCH MCCONNELL. KENTUCKY. OFFICIO
HARRY REIO, NEVADA. OFFICIO
JOHN McCAIN, ARIZONA, OFFICIO
JACK REED. RHODE ISLAND. OFFICIO
CHRISTOPHER JOYNER, STAFF ORECTOR
DAVID GRANNIS. MINORITY STAFF DIRECTOR
DESIREE THOMPSON SYLE, CHIEF CLER!t
WASHINGTON. 2051-75
July 27, 2015
SSCI* 2015-2300
The Honorable James Clapper, Jr.
Director National Intelligence
Washington, 20511
Dear Director Clapper:
(U} The Committee received the July 2015 Memorandum from Mr.
Charles McCullough entitled Summary support State Department
and are troubled the finding that inadvertent release classified national
security information had already occurred the State FOIA process result
insufficient coordination with Intelligence Community (IC) elements.
Furthermore, are concerned the apparent disparity assessments State
Department and the highlighted the following statement, State personnel
continue deny the classified character the released information despite
definitive determination. from the Interagency FOIA process. While agree
with the four (4) recommendations the Intelligence Community Inspector General
(ICIG) and State Department made State improve its FOIA review process better identify equities and prevent further inadvertent releases
classified information, urge you engage with Secretary Kerry and Inspector
General Steve Linick ensure their implementation.
(U) Committee strongly. disagrees! h?wever, with States de~i~ion provide its own Inspector General with only hm1t~d access the remammg
30,000 emails and its decision reject the ICIGs request for access the emails jurisdictional grounds. understand that small sampling just over 300
emails found that four (4) contained information classified the time sending
the SECRET//NOFORN level and one (I) contained information classified the
time sending the SECRET//SI//REL USA,FVEY level. Ultimately, you are
responsible for the enforcement classification guidelines and protection
equities and urge you take all necessary steps identify and protect any
HRC-537 .:.r.
additional sensitive information that may contained within the remaining
emails.
(U) appreciate your prompt attention this matter.
Richard Burr
Chairman
HRC-538