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Some Contract Personnel without Background Investigations Had Access to IRS Taxpayer Data and Other Sensitive Information: Investigative Report
Michael E. McKenny (ed)
Results of a review of Internal Revenue Service (IRS) controls to ensure that background investigations were conducted for contractor personnel who had access to Sensitive But Unclassified (SBU) information. The IRS relies on contractor personnel to accomplish a broad range of mission-critical functions that often requires extensive access to sensitive information and IRS facilities. As of Jan. 2014, there were approx. 10,000 contractor personnel with staff-like (unescorted) access who had documented access to IRS facilities, systems, or SBU information, which must be treated as confidential. IRS policy requires contractor personnel to attain favorable background investigations if their duration of employment exceeds 180 calendar days and they require unescorted access to IRS facilities or work on contracts that involve the design, operation, repair, or maintenance of information systems, and/or require access to SBU information. This investigation found that SBU information may be at risk due to a lack of background investigation requirements in five contracts for courier, printing, document recovery, and sign language interpreter services. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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