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Major Information Systems List – a description of the Department of State’s Major Information Systems. A major information system is an information system that requires special management attention because of its importance to the Department’s mission; its high development, operating, or maintenance costs; or its significant role in the administration of the Department’s programs, finances, property, or other resources.
Exhibit 300 Reports – list of the Department’s major capital information technology investments. This report is submitted annually as part of the Presidential Budget process. Security and privacy issues for the investment are addressed, all questions are answered, and a Privacy Impact Assessment is provided in appropriate circumstances.
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