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A little more than a month ago, officials at the National Archives admitted to the loss of a hard drive containing the personal information of millions of military veterans. Before that, there was the loss of a hard drive containing messages from the Clinton White House. The handling of these data devices was the focus of Thursday's hearing of the House Information Policy, Census, and National Archives Subcommittee.
The National Archives says it's cooperating with a theft investigation involving a retired employee whose home was searched by federal agents this week.
Inspector General for the National Archives and Records Administrations Paul Brachfeld says investigators and U.S. Marshals executed a sealed warrant at the home, so he cannot discuss the case.
Tags: U.S. Marshals Service , National Archives , National Archives and Records Administration , Leslie Waffen , Nan Allendorf Waffen , GAO , Sandy Berger , missing documents , National Security Adviser , 9/11
The IG of the National Archives answers questions about his testimony on hard drives full of personal information that the agency lost.