GSA IT gaps leaked personal information, OIG says

Carten Cordell reports:

A series of four audits by the General Services Administration’s inspector general have found that the agency’s cloud computing system made personally identifiable information accessible to employees and contractors not authorized to have it.

The audits, which were instituted after the OIG found multiple instances where sensitive information was accessible on GSA’s cloud computing system, date back to 2014 and were publicly released on Jan. 27.

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