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Topic - David S. Ferriero
The Internal Revenue Service broke the law when it failed to report Lois G. Lerner's broken hard drive and lost emails, the national archivist told Congress on Tuesday, further fueling the email scandal.
The number of missing or destroyed military records at a federal government warehouse in St. Louis is larger than initially believed.
Mr. Ferriero said the Archives did not learn of the missing emails until the IRS sent a letter this month informing Congress of the loss.
"They are required, any agency is required, to notify us when they realize they have a problem that could be destruction or disposal, unauthorized disposal," David S. Ferriero, head of the National Archives and Records Administration, told the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee.