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The DOJ #OIG posted a list of various audit and review recommendations that weren’t closed yet, as of March 31/2019.

The report states that “not closed” simply means that a recommendation hasn’t been fully implemented yet by the applicable department.

Page 108, in regards to the FBI & 2016 election:

OIG recommended:

The FBI develop guidelines to identify risks of & alternatives to letting witnesses attend voluntary interviews of other witnesses, such as attorneys who are also witnesses.

Lookin’ at you Mills & Samuelson
Page 108 continued:

OIG recommended that FBI make it clear that they can’t announce charging decisions publicly before consulting with the AG, DAG, US Atty or their designee, and not without approval of at least one of them unless the law allows that disclosure.

(Comey 👀)
Page 108 continued:

FBI should adopt a policy regarding the appropriateness of department employees discussing the conduct of u charged people in publi statements.
Pg 109, FBI 2016 election continued:

DOJ should provide guidance to agents and prosecutors about taking actions that could affect an election, such as overt investigative steps, public announcements, and indictments.
Sorry, I forgot to include the screenshot of page 109, here ya go
Page 109 continued:

Office of the Deputy AG should improve monitoring & retention of department text messages.

FBI should add warning banner to FBI mobile phones/devices to warn them they have NO expectation of privacy.

FBI shld assess its training abt texts/instant messages
Pg 110, FBI 2016 election cont’d:

FBI should reconsider its employ eduction abt its media contact policies & ethics rules regarding taking gifts and if current punishment is enough of a deterrence.
Pg 110, FBI 2016 election cont’d:

When department officials or their spouses run for office (McCabe 👀) department ethics officials should check for conflict of interest issues when reviewing campaign donations.
Pg 119 Re FBI procedural reform:

OIG recommended FBI strengthen its training of managers & supervisors to make sure their employees communications to offices or officials outside chain of command maybe be protected disclosures and subject to fines.
Pg 202, FBI use of National Security Letters (from 2014)

Notify the President's Intelligence Oversight Board abt UNAUTHORIZED collections that were found in a review containing something [redacted & classifed] from two providers..

Wonder what that was about? (Obama 👀)
Pg 210, re FBI investigations of certain domestic advocacy groups (from 2010):

Create procedures to track sources of facts given to Congress and the public 🤔

Require they identify a federal crime

Clarify when 1st amendment cases s/b classified as “acts of terrorism”
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