Final Report of the Rendition, Detention, and Interrogation Network Agency Accountability Board [open pdf - 12MB]
"The CIA Office of the Inspector General (OIG) on 30 January 2014 opened an investigation into potential unauthorized access to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) shared drive portion of the Rendition, Detention, and Interrogation Network (RDINet) based on information derived from a special review conducted on 29 January 2014. The OIG on 3 February 2014 reported to the Department of Justice (DOJ) the matter of potential CIA officer violations of 18 U.S.C. § 1030 (Computer Fraud and Abuse Act) and 2511 (Wiretap Act). The DOJ on 8 July 2014 informed the OIG that the DOJ had no prosecutorial interest in the case and the OIG delivered its completed report to the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (D/CIA) on 18 July 2014. […] The OIG investigated a crimes report filed by the Agency with the DOJ that reported that SSCI staff members may have improperly accessed Agency information on the RDINet. The OIG found that the factual basis for this referral was unfounded and the author of the letter had been provided inaccurate information on which the letter was based. […] The D/CIA on 6 August 2014 convened an Agency Accountability Board (the Board) in response to the OIG findings. The Board was commissioned to investigate the conduct of the five individuals referenced in the IG report and provide recommendations regarding both their individual accountability and any systemic CIA issues the Board might find. […] This report represents the Board's summary, analysis, and recommendations based on relevant information that came before the Board and is not intended to be a definitive history of the RDI Network."
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