Order, In re Accuracy Concerns Regarding FBI Matters Submitted to the FISC
The Court ordered the government to provide the Court with the names of the targets and docket numbers for the 29 applications reviewed by the OIG which had incomplete Woods Files and to specify the four applications for which the FBI could not locate a Woods File. Additionally, the government must assess the extent to which the 29 applications involved material misstatements or omission and whether such deficiencies render invalid any part of an authorization granted by the Court. By June 15, 2020, and at two-month intervals thereafter, the government shall report on the progress of efforts to account for an ensure proper maintenance of Woods Files for dockets beginning on or after Jan. 1, 2015. Finally, the submission required pursuant to the Mar. 5, 2020 Corrected Opinion and Order (GID.C.00272) must describe how the government will use the results of accuracy reviews to identify patterns or trends to enhance training and improve performance in following Woods procedures.
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Boasberg, James Emanuel, 1963- (United States Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, 2020-03-04)This order has an error on page 6. A Corrected Order and Opinion, GID.C.00272, was issued on Mar. 5, 2020.