WFP Working To Improve Data-Handling After Internal Audit Shows Deficiencies In Agency’s Handling Of Sensitive Information

IRIN: EXCLUSIVE: Audit exposes U.N. food agency’s poor data-handling
“Vulnerable people in the world’s troublespots could be at risk because of sloppy handling of sensitive data by a U.N. agency, according to an internal audit. In response, the World Food Programme told IRIN it was ‘working to get ahead of the curve’ on data-handling, would address weaknesses, and spend more on systems…” (Parker, 1/18).

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