OIG to audit CDL Information Systems
Dec 10, 2007 3:01 PM
An audit has been initiated of the data integrity of the Commercial Drivers License Information Systems by the Department of Transportations' Office of the Inspector General (OIG), according to OIG information.
The objectives of the audit are to determine if convictions and other personal information recorded in the system and state department of motor vehicle systems (DVM) are accurate, timely, and complete; if the federal data and state DMV systems are adequately secured according to minimum security standards to prevent unauthorized access to privacy data; and if an adequate contingency plan exists to ensure continual CDL information systems service to state DMVs in the event of a disaster.
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