CIGIE FAEC Inspectors General Guide to Compliance under ...
1 100 INTRODUCTION .01 This Inspectors General (IG) Guide to Compliance under the Digital Accountability and Transparency Act of 20141 (DATA Act) presents a common methodological and reporting approach for the IG community to use in performing its mandated work.
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