Focus turned on security officials
The Office of Management and Budget's new guidance, released July 2, builds on baseline created from the first reports submitted last year under the Government Information Security Reform Act (GISRA) of 2000. That law requires federal chief information officers and inspectors general to perform annual evaluations of agency information security practices and report the results to OMB, which will then provide a summary to Congress.
OMB submitted the fiscal 2001 report to Congress in February.
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