To ensure implementation and ongoing evaluation of the process the committee recommends that the IRS (1) define privacy threats; (2) develop means of assessing the current level of security violation; (3) use those same measures, over time, to determine whether violations have increased or decreased; and (4) ensure that every project implements all privacy requirements satisfactorily before the project is allowed to achieve an operational state.
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