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DHS Privacy Office Compliance Group

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The DHS Privacy Office Compliance Group ensures privacy protections are built into the DHS systems, initiatives, and programs as they are developed and modified. The Compliance Group provides public transparency into DHS operations by supervising and approving all DHS privacy threshold analyses (PTAs), privacy impact assessments (PIAs), and system of records notices (SORNs) and following up on implementation and compliance with those privacy compliance documents.

The Compliance Group uses PIAs to establish rules based on the FIPPs for DHS programs, systems, and initiatives. The Compliance Group is also responsible for seeing that the Department meets statutory requirements such as the Federal Information Security Management Act of 2002 (FISMA) privacy reporting, Section 803 of the Implementing Recommendations of the 9/11 Commission Act of 2007 (9/11 Commission Act) reporting, OMB 300 reviews, Enterprise Architecture Board (EAB) reviews, other compliance reviews, and for conducting outreach to the component privacy officers and PPOCs to ensure that privacy compliance requirements are met.

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