UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) have repeated a request to UK Athletics to see a full version of the organisation's 2015 review of American coach Alberto Salazar and the Nike Oregon Project.
The request came following the publication of an independent report on the UK Athletics relationship with the disgraced Salazar.
Leading sports law barrister John Mehrzad conducted the review, with the 130-page report published yesterday.
It found the decisions taken by UK Athletics regarding Salazar "could have been better managed and implemented."
The report included a summary of a review carried out by the UK Athletics Performance Oversight Committee (POC) in 2015, which found the organisation had "no reason to be concerned" about the connection between their athletes and coaches and Salazar.
UKAD responded to the report by requesting to see the 2015 review in full, claiming they had repeatedly done so.
"Following the release of UK Athletics’ Independent Report yesterday we note that UK Athletics has taken the decision to publish the executive summary of the original internal review that was conducted in 2015 by UK Athletics POC," said UKAD chief executive Nicole Sapstead.
"We have repeatedly requested that UK Athletics share this POC review with us in its entirety as there could be information included that is of interest to us.
"As the John Mehrzad independent review states - page nine - only an edited PowerPoint summary of this report has been shown to us.
"We remind UK Athletics that they are bound by the National Anti-Doping Policy.
“We now call again on UK Athletics to handover this review in full, including the associated supporting reports and documents."
Salazar was banned for four years for "multiple anti-doping rule violations" in October.
British coaches and athletes, including multiple Olympic and world champion Sir Mo Farah, worked with Salazar and the now-defunct Nike Oregon Project.
Under Salazar, Sir Mo won the 5,000 and 10,000 metres at both the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games in London and Rio de Janeiro, respectively.