The Internal Revenue Service has not established effective processes to ensure that its Privacy Impact Assessments are completed in a timely way, and are updated and made publicly available, with privacy policies posted on public Web sites for all required systems and collections of information, according to a new government report.
IRS Needs to Improve Privacy Impact Assessments
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