We believe that the FBI was lax in adhering to its own policies of reporting the contents of lost or stolen laptop computers. The FBI has to be more diligent in ensuring that it responds appropriately and aggressively to each laptop loss.
The FBI failed to give sufficient priority to property management. Periodic inventories of accountable property were not conducted, departing employees did not always return all property that had been issued to them, and the destruction of outdated, damaged, or excessed laptop computers was not adequately documented. Additionally, while the FBI documented the disposal of laptop computers, it did not adequately document that all sensitive or classified information had been sanitized prior to their disposal.
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