Privacy Compliance Reviews
The DHS Privacy Office serves as both an advisor and oversight body for the Department's privacy-sensitive programs and systems. The Privacy Compliance Review (PCR) was designed as a collaborative effort to help improve a program’s ability to comply with existing privacy compliance documentation, including Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA), System of Records Notices (SORN) and/or formal agreements such as Memoranda of Understanding or Memoranda of Agreements. A PCR may result in a public report or internal recommendations, depending upon the sensitivity of the program under review.
Listed in alphabetical order:
- Analytical Framework for Intelligence
- DHS Use of Social Media for Communications and Outreach
- Enhanced Cybersecurity Services (ECS) Program
- ICE Pattern Analysis and Information Collection Law Enforcement Information Sharing Service
- Media Monitoring Initiative
- Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer
- Passenger Name Records Reviews
The DHS Chief Privacy Officer is authorized to conduct investigations and issue reports relating to the administration of the programs and operations of the Department as are, in the senior official’s judgment, necessary or desirable.