OIPROffice of Intelligence Policy and Review (US Department of Justice)
OIPROffice of Institutional Planning and Research (various universities)
OIPROffice of Intellectual Property Rights (US DOC)
OIPROffice of Parks and Reserves (Ivory Coast)
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The OIPR has repeatedly gone beyond the probable cause standard, requiring the FBI to provide additional information before forwarding the Bureau's request to the EISA court.
And of course OIPR is still -- I mean their workload has been increasing every year since 9/11, and so that's one new -- one component that was moved into the NSD, which continues to have growth in the number of attorneys.
If the request is OK'd at that level, OIPR attorneys bring the matter to the FISA court, whose lawyers are well-known adversaries of the FBI.