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Privacy: Agencies Should Ensure That Designated Senior Officials Have Oversight of Key Functions
Linda D. Koontz (au)
Government agencies have a long-standing obligation under the Privacy Act of 1974 to protect the privacy of individuals about whom they collect personal information. A number of additional laws have been enacted in recent years directing agency heads to designate senior officials as focal points with overall responsibility for privacy. This report: (1) describes laws and guidance that set requirements for senior privacy officials within fed. agencies; and (2) describes the organizational structures used by agencies to address privacy requirements and assesses whether senior officials have oversight over key functions. The author analyzed the laws and guidance and analyzed policies and procedures relating to key privacy functions at 12 agencies.
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