Data Integrity Board
Under the Privacy Act, federal agencies using computerized means to match data between electronic federal privacy record systems, or to match data from any federal system with nonfederal records, are required to create a DIB composed of senior officials and the agency’s inspector general. The DIB shall, among other things: review, approve and maintain all matching programs; review all existing matching programs annually to determine compliance with laws, regulations, guidelines and agreements, and; assess the cost and benefits of the agreements.
Reference(s) in IAPP Certification Textbooks: G26
Associated term(s): Data Matching
Associated law(s): Privacy Act