Titled Inspection of the Bureau of Information Resource Management, Office of Information Assurance, the little publicized report evaluates the office tasked with providing “information technology and services the Department needs to successfully carry out its foreign policy mission by applying modern IT tools, approaches, systems, and information products.” As part of this, it also needs to address information security of the systems as directed by Title III of the E-Government Act of 2002.
What the inspector general found though was that IRM/IA “does not fulfill all those requirements” laid out in Title III. In fact, “the majority of the required functions are performed by Department of State (Department) offices other than IRM/IA,” the report states.
View the report here: http://oig.state.gov/documents/organization/212277.pdf
More here: http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/07/24/the-report-on-govt-cybersecurity-causing-major-concerns-that-you-might-not-have-heard-of-yet/