IG Report Faults Army's Web Site Administration

By Dan Dupont / June 6, 2002 at 5:00 AM
The Army should better police its publicly accessible Web sites to ensure inappropriate information is not available over the Internet, according to the Pentagon inspector general's office. In a June 5 report, the IG says "potentially sensitive matters and information were not adequately protected" on the Army sites it reviewed. The report cites the Joint Web Risk Assessment Cell's review of Army Web sites as well as its own, noting that numerous instances of Internet sites containing information "that poses...

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