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JW v DOJ HRC emails 02046 pg 90-92

JW v DOJ HRC emails 02046 pg 90-92

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Date Created:April 8, 2019

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Tags:Kennedys, HRC emails 02046, 02046, HRC, Emails, government, Hillary Clinton, clinton, State Department, FBI, DOJ


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Attachment(s}: (U//FOti) print-out the email and the four files mentioned below. per
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1first attachment was pct file per DOS
saved 11-STATE-65111. eml. pdf and was official STATE b?c per DOS
correspondence from June 28, 2011 from then Secretary State
Hillary CLINTON with subject line Securing Personal E-mail
Accounts. CLINTON informed recipients they should exercise
caution and follow best practices order protect personal
e-mail and prevent the compromise government and personal
information. CLINTON later stated, due recent targeting
personal e-mail accounts online adversaries, STATE employees
should avoid conducting official Department business from
[their] personal e-mail accounts.
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second attachment was .pdf file
saved MemoPreservingEmailofSeniorOfficials.pdf and was
memorandum with three attachments its own that were
distributed senior STATE officials August 28, 2014 from
Patrick KENNEDY, Under Secretary State for Management with
subject line Senior Officials Records Management
Responsibilities. The memorandum stated senior officials
records are generally the most important documents created
within STATE and that senior officials themselves were
responsible ensure all records made received the
conduct agency business regardless physical format
media should preserved. per DOS
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(U/(FOt,9..) stated above, KENNEDYS memorandum
included three attachments.
KENNEDYS first attachment listed
all positions designated Senior Officials Positions STATE.
(U/ KENNEDY memorandums second attachment
included Foreign Affairs Manual (FAM) 440. Specifically, FAM
443.2 Which E-Mail Messages are Records, published October 30,
1995, instructed STATE officials that e-mail messages are
federal records when they are made received agency
under Federal law connection with public business with
examples given records that document the formulation and
execution basic policies and decisions and the taking
necessary actions; records that document important meetings;
records that facilitate action agency officials and their
successors office; records that make possible proper
scrutiny the Congress other duly authorized agencies
the Government; and records that protect the financial, legal,
and other rights the Government and persons directly
affected the Governments actions. Additionally, FAM
443.5 Point Remember About E-Mail, published October 30,
1995, informed STATE officials that certain e-mail messages
that are not Federal records may still subject pending
requests and demands under the Freedom Information Act, the
Privacy Act, and litigation and court orders, and should
preserved until longer needed for such purposes. Later,
FAM 443.5 stated classified information must sent via
classified e-mail channels only, with the proper classification
identified each document.
(U//11SYO.) KENNEDYS memorandums third attachment was
entitled Instructions for Preserving Email Departing Senior
Officials with date August 2014.
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saved FAM 540.pdf and covers Sensitive But
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Unclassified Information (SBU). Specifically, FAM 544.2
Automated Information System (AIS) Processing and
Transmission, published November 2005, stated employees who
will transmitting SBU information outside the Department
network regular basis the same official and/or most
personal addresses, should contact IRM/OPS/ITI/SI/PKI request
assistance providing secure technical solution for those
transmissions ...Employees participating the home PKI and
telework program must complete the requisite training and sign acknowledgement statement prior being .issued the approved
security measures/equipment. FAM 544.3 Electronic
Transmission Via the Internet, published November 2005,
stated the STATES general policy that normal day-to-day
operations conducted.on authorized AIS. Additionally,
STATE expected provide, and employees are expected
use, approved secure methods transmit SBU information when
available and practical and employees should 1:)e aware that
transmissions from the [STATES] OpenNet andfrom non-U.S.
Government Internet addresses, and other .gov .mil addresses,
unless specifically directed through approved secure means,
traverse the Internet unencrypted. FAM 545 SBU/NOFORN
Information, published November 2005, stated employees must
process and transmit SBU/NOFORN information only system
authorized the [STATE] for classified information
transmission, stor and processing.
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!fourth att~chment was .pdf file
saved STATE 128030 .pdf and was official STATE per DOS
correspondence from October 30, 2014 from Secretary State b7C per DOS
John KERRY ~ith subject line State Department Records
Responsibilities and Policy. KERRY stated senior officials may
delete personal emails, but that the definition personal
email was very narrow. KERRY stated the very limited
circumstances when necessary use ones personal email
accounts for official business, that email would still need preserved one STATES official electronic records
systems. KERRY recommended STATE employees forward official
emails from their personal email account their STATE account
and reiterated that personal email accounts should not used
for classified information
HRC-677