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Terrorist Financing/Money Laundering: FinCENäó»s BSA IT Modernization Program Met Milestones with Schedule Extensions
Sharon Torasian (ed)
The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) administers the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), which established the framework to combat criminal use of the financial system. BSA requires financial institutions to report certain financial transactions made by their customers; FinCEN oversees the management, processing, storage, and dissemination of BSA data. In Nov. 2006, FinCEN began a system development effort, the BSA Info. Tech. Modernization Program (BSA IT Mod), to improve the collection, analysis, and sharing of BSA data. The intent was, among other things, to transition BSA data from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to FinCEN. BSA IT Mod, estimated to cost $120 million, is to be completed in 2014. This audit determined if FinCEN is (1) meeting cost, schedule, and performance benchmarks for the program and (2) providing appropriate oversight of contractors. The audit also assessed the Treasury Dept.äó»s Office of the Chief Info. Officer (OCIO) oversight of the program. It found that the BSA IT Mod program was proceeding mostly on schedule and within budgeted cost. Figures and tables. This is a print on demand report.
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