By Alice Lipowicz
July 28, 2008
The Homeland Security Department still has problems handling classified
top secret intelligence information, according to a new report from the
department's Office of the Inspector General.
Overall, DHS' Office of Intelligence and Analysis has made progress in
managing intelligence systems departmentwide, and in establishing an
information technology security program for those systems, to meet
Federal Information Security Management Act requirements, the report
However, there are still unaddressed problems, the IG concluded. A
four-page copy of the report, which has been redacted for public
release, is posted on the inspector general's Web site.
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