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 September 21, 2009  Posted by  Govt, Surveillance, U.S.

Alice Lipowicz reports:

The Transportation Security Administration should deploy automated tools to test and monitor the effectiveness of privacy safeguards in its programs, according to a new report from Homeland Security Inspector General Richard Skinner.

In a report issued Sept. 18, Skinner recommended that TSA’s Office of the Chief Information Officer implement such tools, and the agency’s officials agreed with the recommendation.

Read more in Federal Computer Week.

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