The story of how EPA administrator Lisa Jackson took the pseudonym Richard Windsor in an attempt to avoid the reach of the FOIA Act is hotting up. News emerged today that Jackson and senior colleagues received this memo from auditors
This memorandum is to notify you that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Office of Inspector General, plans to begin an audit of certain EPA electronic records management practices. This assignment is in response to a congressional request.
Our objective is to determine whether EPA follows applicable laws and regulations when using private and alias email accounts to conduct official business.
On this side of the pond, these kinds of investigations invariably end in "lessons learned" rather than heads rolling. I wonder how they do things stateside?