The Washington Post is reporting Wednesday night that in 2012, the State Department told a watchdog group that it had no documents regarding Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s email accounts other than her government email address.

The information comes from a report by the State Department’s inspector general due to be released Thursday.

The Post reports that a 2012 records request from the independent watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington was met with an “inaccurate and incomplete” response from the State Department, despite the fact that Clinton’s chief of staff was aware of her private account.

CREW’s request, the Post reports, “was sparked by the discovery that Lisa Jackson, then-administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, had been using an alias email at work with the name ‘Richard Windsor,’ largely for personal communication.”

This guy: