USAID Privacy Audit Finds Several Areas to Improve

A new inspector general audit of the privacy program of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) shows progress over the past seven years, but with room for improvement. The agency’s successes include justifying the collection of Social Security numbers, developing plans to protect personally identifiable information, and publishing System of Records Notices in the […]
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