There’s no need for an investigation to figure out that a morning beverage is a good thing. Enjoy sipping yours from this black FBI mug while you show your admiration for the agency.
The FBI—as does every other government agency—creates and obtains records as it carries out its day-to-day operations. Bureau records generally include investigative files, personnel files, and policy guides. A majority of these documents are indexed in their Central Records System (CRS)—an electronic index that allows Bureau personnel to query requested information. While the CRS contains most of the FBI's records, some early records were not indexed, and some of these records have been transferred to the National Archives and Records Administration.