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Computer Security Weaknesses at State Agencies Put Federal Tax Information at Risk February 2003 Reference Number : 2003-20-064

By Milbourn, Gordon C., Iii

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Title: Computer Security Weaknesses at State Agencies Put Federal Tax Information at Risk February 2003 Reference Number : 2003-20-064  
Author: Milbourn, Gordon C., Iii
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, Economics., United States. Department of the Treasury--Appropriations and Expenditures.
Collections: U.S. Department of the Treasury Collection
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Publisher: United States Department of the Treasury

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Milbourn Iii, G. C. (n.d.). Computer Security Weaknesses at State Agencies Put Federal Tax Information at Risk February 2003 Reference Number : 2003-20-064. Retrieved from http://netlibrary.net/


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Government Reference Publication

Excerpt
Excerpt: This report presents the results of our review of the security of computerized federal tax data maintained by state governments. The Internal Revenue Code requires the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to disclose federal tax information to various state and federal agencies. According to IRS records, federal tax information is provided to over 250 state and federal agencies. To protect taxpayer privacy, these agencies are required to protect sensitive data, and the IRS is required to periodically review the agencies? controls.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents Background ...............................................................................................Page 1 State Governments Had Significant Computer Security Weaknesses That Jeopardized Federal Tax Information................................................Page 2 Recommendations 1 and 2: ........................................................... Page 7 Appendix I ? Detailed Objective, Scope, and Methodology .......................Page 9 Appendix II ? Major Contributors to This Report........................................Page 11 Appendix III ? Report Distribution List .......................................................Page 12 Appendix IV ? Management?s Response to the Draft Report ....................Page 13


 

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