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PUBLIC LAW 100-000—MMMM. DD, 1988

102 STAT. 2510

PUBLIC LAW 100-503—OCT. 18, 1988

probable or potential effect of such proposal on the privacy or other rights of individuals.". Contracts.

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SEC. 4. DATA INTEGRITY BOARD.

Section 552a of title 5, United States Code, as amended by section 2(b)(1) of this Act, is amended by adding at the end thereof the following new subsection: "(u) DATA INTEGRITY BOARDS.—(1) Every agency conducting or participating in a matching program shall establish a Data Integrity Board to oversee and coordinate among the various components of such agency the agency's implementation of this section. "(2) Each Data Integrity Board shall consist of senior officials designated by the head of the agency, and shall include any senior official designated by the head of the agency as responsible for implementation of this section, and the inspector general of the agency, if any. The inspector general shall not serve as chairman of the Data Integrity Board. "(3) Each Data Integrity Board— "(A) shall review, approve, and maintain all written agreements for receipt or disclosure of agency records for matching programs to ensure compliance with subsection (o), and all relevant statutes, regulations, and guidelines; "(B) shall review all matching programs in which the agency has participated during the year, either as a source agency or recipient agency, determine compliance with applicable laws, regulations, guidelines, and agency agreements, and assess the costs and benefits of such programs; "(C) shall review all recurring matching programs in which the agency has participated during the year, either as a source agency or recipient agency, for continued justification for such disclosures; "(D) shall compile an annual report, which shall be submitted to the head of the agency and the Office of Management and Budget and made available to the public on request, describing the matching activities of the agency, including— "(i) matching programs in which the agency has participated as a source agency or recipient agency; "(ii) matching agreements proposed under subsection (o) that were disapproved by the Board; "(iii) any changes in membership or structure of the Board in the preceding year; "(iv) the reasons for any waiver of the requirement in paragraph (4) of this section for completion and submission of a cost-benefit analysis prior to the approval of a matching program; "(v) any violations of matching agreements that have been alleged or identified and any corrective action taken; and "(vi) any other information required by the Director of the Office of Management and Budget to be included in such report; "(E) shall serve as a clearinghouse for receiving and providing information on the accuracy, completeness, and reliability of records used in matching programs; "(F) shall provide interpretation and guidance to agency components and personnel on the requirements of this section for matching programs;