Privacy Advisor

A practical guide to making good use of your PII inventory

05.01.2012
Since the publication of recommendations by the President’s Identity Theft Task Force and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Memo 07-16, federal agencies are required to review their holdings of all personally identifiable information (PII) and ensure they are accurate, relevant, timely and complete. Agencies are also required to reduce PII to the minimum necessary for the proper performance of a documented agency function and eliminate unnecessary collection and use of Social Security numbers.

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