Privacy, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties Compliance Verification for the Intelligence Enterprise

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This document assists agencies in determining whether they are in compliance with applicable privacy-related policies, procedures, rules, and guidelines. The document includes a suggested methodology for conducting the review of an agency’s intelligence enterprise and identifies the high-liability areas of concern that should be included when performing the review. The document also contains a suggested list of questions to answer when conducting the compliance process but may not cover all laws, policies, and procedures that are applicable to a particular state or agency.

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Formal Document Title Privacy, Civil Rights, and Civil Liberties Compliance Verification for the Intelligence Enterprise
Author Criminal Intelligence Coordinating Council
File Format Portable Document Format
File Size 3.97 MB

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