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Revisions To OMB"S Circular A-130... U.S.GAO... June 1, 1995.

Revisions To OMB"S Circular A-130... U.S.GAO... June 1, 1995.

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SUMMARY: This revision of Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A establishes a uniform system of auditing for institutions of higher education and other non-profit organizations. One of the more significant revisions is that the threshold for when an entity is required to have an audit is raised from $25, to $, Budget (OMB), and promulgated through OMB Circular A, Management of Federal Information Resources. The aforementioned Acts and sections of United States Code are implemented through DoD Directives and The Air Fo rce implements these DoD issuan ces through this Policy Direc-tive.

Persons who wish to comment on the proposed rescission of Circular No. A should submit their comments no later than April 7, The rescission will take place , unless the comments raise significant concerns regarding the proposed rescission.   The long-awaited update to Circular A addresses a range of cybersecurity issues, including insider threats and feds' use of personal email accounts at work.

1! 41! ” and replacing it with “For national security systems, agencies should follow applicable 42! laws, Executive Orders, and directives.” 43! OMB has revised the background section of the main body to better articulate agency 44! responsibilities in this area. 45! In the Definitions Section, OMB has proposed several changes.   Withdrawn on J Superseded by SP Rev. 1. This handbook provides assistance in securing computer-based resources (including hardware, software, and information) by explaining important concepts, cost considerations, and interrelationships of security controls. It illustrates the benefits of security controls, the major Cited by:


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Revisions To OMB"S Circular A-130... U.S.GAO... June 1, 1995 Download PDF EPUB FB2

GAO commented on the proposed revision to Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular A regarding the management of information resources in the federal government. Use the guidance provided in OMB Circular A, "Planning, Budgeting, and Acquisition of Fixed Assets," to promote effective and efficient capital planning within the organization; Ensure that the agency provides budget data pertaining to information resources to OMB, consistent with the requirements of OMB Circular A Get this from a library.

Revisions to OMB's Circular A [United States. General Accounting Office. Accounting and Information Management Division.]. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has revised Circular A, ``Managing Information as a Strategic Resource,'' to reflect changes in law and advances in technology.

The revisions also ensure consistency with executive orders, presidential directives, recent OMB policy, and National. Policy Overview. In Julythe Office of Management and Budget (OMB) revised Circular A, “Managing Information as a Strategic Resource,” to reflect changes in law and advances in technology.

The revisions also ensure consistency with executive orders, presidential directives, recent OMB policy, and National Institute of Standards and Technology standards and. CIRCULAR NO. A TO THE HEADS OF EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES. SUBJECT: Managing Information as a Strategic Resource.

Introduction 2. Purpose 3. Applicability 4. Basic Considerations 5. Policy a. Planning and Budgeting b. Governance c. Leadership and Workforce d. IT Investment Management e. Information Management and. OMB Circular No. A defines management's responsibility for internal control in Federal agencies.

A re-examination of the existing internal control requirements for Federal agencies was initiated in light of the new internal control requirements for publicly-traded companies contained in the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of Circulars: Procurement.

OMB Circular A ( ) including changes made by OMB Memorandum M (10/31/) (4 pages, 51 KB)and a technical correction made by OMB Memorandum M ( This Circular rescinds and replaces OMB Circular No.

A, dated AugOMB Circular No. A, dated Novemand OMB Bulletin No. dated Novem The Circular supplements, and does not supersede, the requirements applicable to budget submissions under Circular No. A, Management of Federal Information Resources (hereafter referred to as Circular A).

The revision is being done in stages. Transmittal 1 to Circular A, effective Jand published on July 2, (58 FR ) addressed the Information Management Policy section of the Circular (Section 8a), as well as Appendix I.

OMB Circular A, titled Managing Information as a Strategic Resource, is one of many Government circulars produced by the United States Federal Government to establish policy for executive branch departments and agencies. Circular A was first issued in December to meet information resource management requirements that were included in the Paperwork.

In FebruaryOMB, NIST and NSA issued a report ("Observations of Agency Computer Security Practices and Implementation of OMB Bulletin No. ") which summarized those meetings and proposed several changes in OMB Circular A as next steps to improving the Federal computer security program. A, titled the Management of Federal Information Resources,' has aroused much interest within the past several years among information professionals in all walks of life.

The issuance of the Circular by the Office of Management and Budget on Decem, marked the end of a two-year period when the information community voiced its Cited by: Revisions to Circular A The OMB Circular A was revised during in two phases.

During the first phase, issued on Jchanges primarily focused on information policy. Revisions were carried out in order to encourage agencies to. GAO was asked to comment on a proposed revision to an Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Circular which provides guidelines for the use of consulting services.

Comments were also requested on a proposed new bulletin which extends management controls similar to those in the Circular to the acquisition of certain management and professional services, special.

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has revised Circular A–, ‘‘Managing Information as a Strategic Resource,’’ to reflect changes in law and advances in technology.

The revisions also ensure consistency with executive orders, presidential directives, recent OMB policy, and National Institute of Standards and Technology. The White House released the finalized revisions to the Office of Management and Budget’s Circular A Wednesday, the first significant update to the policy since The document now underscores the mandatory nature of certain security and privacy controls while also enhancing the role of agency privacy officials in IT system authorizations, according to a Author: Greg Otto.

Navigating the revised OMB circular A Download PDF Implementation Although required in the previous iterations of A, via the Chief Financial Officer’s Council (CFOC) Implementing Guidance to A, this revised Circular places additional emphasis on effective entity-level controls (ELCs) and their role in establishing and maintaining.

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) released the updated Circular No. A, Managing Federal Information as a Strategic Resource late last week.

The Circular details policy updates regarding records management, information governance, open data, cybersecurity, privacy, and acquisitions.

The Circular had been under revision for several years, and now. Circular A Managing Information as a Strategic Resource This July Office of Management and Budget released a revision to Circular A The new A is comprised of a wide range of policy updates for federal agencies regarding cybersecurity, information governance, privacy, records management, open data, and acquisitions.

"The update to Circular A gathers in one resource a wide range of policy updates for Federal agencies regarding cybersecurity, information governance, privacy, records management, open dat OMB Circular A, Managing Information as a Strategic Resource |.

Circular A Managing Information as a Strategic Resource The document was last updated inwhich itself came 15 years after the policy was established in (There were revisions to.Navigating the revised OMB circular A What are the new requirements for internal control?

Overview With a rapidly changing landscape, evolving workforce, and emerging constituent demands, federal agencies’ missions and programs have become more complex, impact-driven, risk-cognizant, and technology reliant.