Well, we are now beyond the point of the publicly disclosed June 25th report.
There have been statements by NASA, that indicate their interest is about the same as everyone else who doesn't have anything substantial themselves,
in terms of "otherworldly evidence", but will entertain the possibility, based on the probability not being zero.
To dig a little deeper on what was said though, the fact that these statements were made and released at all could indicate that NASA acknowledges
that there is a level of compartmentalization between organizations. NASA doesn't know, specifically, if DOD, NORAD, SOCOM, etc... has some piece of
evidence that hasn't been or can't be shared with NASA for some reason or another.
NASA is just sharing what they DO know, how THEY (NASA) looks, and that there is information available to other organizations, that NASA collects from
Earth observing assets that could/would reveal something worth noting, if there is anything there.
AKA, no one else is putting forth information and addressing it directly as "for sure not of planet Earth" so NASA isn't about to do that either, but
they make their data public, like they are supposed to. Perhaps a direct jab at others, who do not.
"NASA does not actively search for UAPs. However, through our Earth-observing satellites, NASA collects extensive data about Earth’s atmosphere,
often in collaboration with the other space agencies of the world. While these data are not specifically collected to identify UAPs or alien
technosignatures, they are publicly available and anyone may use them to search the atmosphere."
Wouldn't it be a shame, if we have the data already, but no one knows how to look at it properly, to make the judgment?
It's almost as if the first group to heavily leverage AI to search through our data backlog for technosignatures, may find it, before people that are
actively looking for it on a daily basis. If such evidence exists at all, at this time.