Continued progress of Judge Louis Freeh's recommendations were addressed at the Penn State Board of Trustees meeting this morning.
Freeh, a former FBI director and federal judge, is leading the university's independent internal investigation.
Board of Trustees member and chair of the board's Special Investigation Task Force Kenneth Frazier gave an update on the recommendations.
The task force was created in November to conduct an independent investigation into the alleged acts outlined in the November 2011 grand jury presentment related to Jerry Sandusky, Frazer said.
Frazier said that Freeh and investigators have interviewed more than 400 individuals, including current and past trustees.
The individuals interviewed also include current and former employees from numerous departments, including academic, administrative and athletic, Frazier said.
Though the interviews are being conducted independent of several other active investigations by agencies and governmental authorities, Frazier said the task force will not interfere with those inquiries.
Frazier said Freeh's team is also reviewing university policies, procedures and controls related to identifying and reporting sex crimes and misconduct.
Frazier said that the task force expects additional recommendations from Freeh in the next month.
"As I have stated earlier, we understand that answers cannot come soon enough for all concerned, and I assure you Judge Freeh and his team are moving as quickly as possible," Frazier said.
In January, Frazier announced Freeh's initial recommendations for improving organizational structures and protocol.