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FY 2002 OMB Report to Congress on Federal Government Information Security Reform

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Office of Management and Budget, FY 2002 OMB Report to Congress on Federal Government Information Security Reform (May 16, 2003) (full-text).

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The purpose of this report is to inform Congress on agency IT security activities and results during FY 2002, as required under the Government Information Security Reform Act (GISRA). GISRA directs Federal agencies to conduct annual IT security reviews and Inspectors General (IGs) to perform annual independent evaluations of agency programs and systems and report their results to OMB. To ensure consistent reporting across agencies, OMB issued guidance that included specific reporting instructions along with quantitative performance measures to more effectively determine agency status and progress. Additionally, the OMB guidance directed agencies to develop plans of action and milestones (POA&Ms) to remediate program and system level IT security weaknesses.

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