These e-mails are described in the report, but copies of the communications between administration officials were not included in it.
The report, which states it is an "ongoing congressional investigation" says its "preliminary findings" demonstrate the need for continued review.
The committees include House Armed Services, Foreign Affairs, Intelligence, Judiciary, and Oversight and Government Reform. Members of Congress traveled overseas, including Libya, to conduct the investigation.
Boehner has come under pressure from fellow Republicans who complain they have not received adequate answers about the attacks.
Many House Republicans have signed onto a measure pushed by Virginia Rep. Frank Wolf calling for the creation of a select committee to examine the matter.
In an interview on Fox on Monday, Boehner didn't rule that out at some point, but pointed to the work of the five committees who worked on the report.
"They're getting the job done. If, at some point, it's necessary to have the select committee, I'll be happy to do it," he said.