On 30 March 2012, the European Commission published its Antitrust Manual of Procedures, comprising internal working documents on the procedures for the application of Article 101 and Article 102 TFEU. The Commission agreed to publish this version of its internal Antitrust Manual following a case before the European Ombudsman. The Antitrust Manual explains the internal Commission procedures relating to the scope of a competition investigation, including initiating proceedings, requests for information, conducting interviews, dealing with leniency applications, drafting and issuing statements of objections, granting access to the file, the commitments procedure, reaching final decisions, and post-decision matters such as litigation, recovery of fines and publication of decisions. Chapters on sector inquiries and on remedies and fines are still to be released. The document does not contain any information on the Commission’s internal procedures relating to dawn raids.