The Florida Department of Law Enforcement is giving itself a good review of its response to the massacre at Orlando's Pulse nightclub.
In a newly-released report, the FDLE says it, quote, "achieved the best possible outcome in multiple aspects of this tragedy."
The agency did concede that it could do a better job in notifying the families of victims and implementing a mass-notification system.
Along with notification protocols, the report also suggests a management support team to handle logistical and financial needs of the response. There was also a lack of immediate notification to Florida Fusion Center partners, a collaboration of state and federal agencies.
On June 12, 2016, 49 people died and dozens more were injured when gunman Omar Mateen entered Pulse and opened fire.