This is a 3-page letter dated 7/25/2007 from the Inspector General of CIA to the Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board. It attaches a 49-page Semiannual Report to the Director of CIA for the period of January - June 2007 (see CIA_Part062.pdf). The letter notes that although the OIG "learned of no CIA intelligence activities that were potentially unlawful or contrary to executive orders or Presidential directives," the OIG "did file seven reports with the Attorney General . . . pursuant to the Memorandum of Understanding on Reporting of Information Concerning Federal Crimes."

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