The Secret Service Has Taken Action to Address the Classified Recommendations of the Protective Mission Panel
The Protective Mission Panel (PMP) made a number of recommendations in its December 2014 classified report. The objective of this review was to determine whether the Secret Service has taken or plans to take action to implement the PMP’s classified recommendations, which primarily relate to security gaps and vulnerabilities at the White House Complex (WHC). The Secret Service has clearly taken these recommendations seriously. Using funding appropriated for PMP initiatives, the Secret Service began enhancing security and refreshing technology at the WHC. Fully implementing many of the PMP’s classified recommendations will depend on staff increases, sustained funding, and a multi-year commitment by Secret Service and Department leadership to ensure actions continue even during times of increased protective mission demands and unexpected priorities. We made no recommendations in this report.