Evaluation of the National Reconnaissance Office Crimes Reporting Process   [open pdf - 2MB]

"This is the second of two planned IC IG [Intelligence Community Inspector General] reports based on a review that examined the NRO [National Reconnaissance Office] crimes reporting process, and that was conducted in response to the NROOIG [National Reconnaissance Office Office of Inspector General] request, media claims, and Congressional concerns expressed by Senator Charles E. Grassley. The objective of this evaluation was to assess the NRO's compliance with laws, policies, and procedures to identify and report admissions of potential violations of Federal crimes made by contractors, government civilians, and military personnel during polygraph sessions administered by the NRO in Fiscal Years (FYs) 2009 through 2012. During this review, we expanded the scope to also assess how the NRO handled reporting admissions of potential violations of state criminal laws and violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice (UCMJ) due to the frequency of those types of admissions and because the NRO is a Defense Agency whose workforce includes personnel who are subject to the UCMJ."

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Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Office of the Inspector General of the Intelligence Community, Report No. IO-2013-002
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