The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosivesí National Firearms
Registration and Transfer Record

Evaluation and Inspections Report I-2007-006
June 2007
Office of the Inspector General


Appendix II
OIG Survey Questions to Industry
Operations Investigators

*1. Do any of the compliance inspections you conduct involve NFA weapons?

 

*2. What is your Field Division?

 

*3. How many years have you worked as an IOI?

 

*4. What percentage of your compliance inspections involve NFA weapons?

 

 

*5. When in the inspection process do you request an inventory report from the NFA Branch?

 

 

*5a. Once requested, how many days does it take to receive the inventory report from the NFA Branch?

 

 

*6. How often would you say there is a discrepancy between the NFRTR inventory report and the FFL inventory?

 

*7. How often is a discrepancy between the NFRTR inventory report and the FFL inventory due to an error in the NFRTR?

 

*8. How often is the discrepancy between the NFRTR inventory report and the FFL inventory due to an error by the FFL?

 

9. What do you do when there is a discrepancy between the NFRTR inventory report and the FFL inventory? Please describe the process and the actions you take.

 

 

 

*10. How many times in the past year have you referred an FFL to an ATF Special Agent based on a discrepancy between the NFRTR inventory report and the FFL inventory?

 

 

 

*10A. What resulted from these referrals?

 

 

 

*11. How satisfied are you with the accuracy of the NFRT R inventory reports?

 

*12. How do errors and discrepancies in NFRTR inventory reports affect your ability to carry out compliance inspections?

 

 

 

*13. How do errors and discrepancies in the NFRTR inventory reports affect the FFLs you inspect?

 

 

 

14. Do you have any suggestions for improving the NFRTR inventory reports or the work of the NFA Branch?

 

 

 



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