Privacy Impact Assessments (PIA)

Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) is a process to determine the risk of collecting, managing, and disseminating identifiable information in an electronic format. A PIA describes how the government handles information that individuals provide electronically so that personal information is protected. The E-Government of 2002 requires that agencies conduct PIA for systems that process personal identifiable information. More on guidance and procedures for conducting PIA can be found in OMB Memorandum 03-22, dated September 26, 2003.

TTB has conducted a PIA for each of the following systems:

Automated Commercial Systems
Auto Audit
Chief Counsel Management System
Certificate of Label Approval Formula Modernization Laboratory
Certificate of Label Approval Online (COLA)
Federal Excise Tax
Formulas Online
Integrated Revenue Information System
Laboratory Information Management System
Network Infrastructure GSS
Permits Online
Regulatory Major Application System
Rockville Laboratory Imaging System
Special Occupational Tax/Floor Stocks Tax
Sunflower System
Tax Major Application
TLC Library Solutions

Page last reviewed: September 4, 2012
Page last updated: February 2, 2017
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