In a May 19 follow-up report, the OIG continued to refer to "ineffective leadership" at the BBG. It also criticized leadership at the Office of Cuba Broadcasting, where it said "employee morale was a concern. Staff expressed that management did not communicate effectively and that decision-making processes lacked transparency." See audit.
In a letter to the OIG, the BBG said the language of the "sensitive, but unclassified" follow-up report was not fair because the board had "worked diligently over the past three years to address the concerns" and had resolved "all but two of the 164" OIG recommendations.