"Until the bureau implements a complete and comprehensive security program, it will have limited assurance that its information and systems are being adequately protected against unauthorized access, use, disclosure, modification, disruption, or loss," the report states. It goes on to point out that "a data breach could result in the public’s loss of confidence in the bureau and could affect its ability to collect census data."
In related news, the White House released this updated map of the electoral college, based on 2010 census data. It shows a loss of electors and Congressmen from all states, with a gain of 282 electors and an additional 384 Congressional delegates in the District of Columbia.
White House spokesperson Jay Carney said the apparent population migration must have been the result of everyone wanting to be closer to President Barack Obama.
Although Congressional delegates from the District of Columbia are non-voting, House Speaker John Boehner and Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi immediately introduced a bi-partisan bill to give voting rights to the new D. C. Congressmen.
"It the will of Obama," outgoing Speaker Boehner announced in a press conference. "And also of the people," he added, passing the gavel to Congressman Marion Barry (D-Dist. of Columbia), one of the 384 Congressmen appointed by President Obama to serve until the 2014 midterm elections.