ADP system


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Noun1.ADP system - a system of one or more computers and associated software with common storageADP system - a system of one or more computers and associated software with common storage
backup system - a computer system for making backups
auxiliary equipment, off-line equipment - electronic equipment not in direct communication (or under the control of) the central processing unit
platform - the combination of a particular computer and a particular operating system
system - instrumentality that combines interrelated interacting artifacts designed to work as a coherent entity; "he bought a new stereo system"; "the system consists of a motor and a small computer"
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And, instead of collaborating with ADP, it appears Zenefits may have hijacked the ADP system in order to bolster its technology solution.
6001 requirements that apply to hardcopy books and records apply as well to machine-sensible books and records maintained within an ADP system.
IRS computer audit specialists, whom the Chief Counsel's Office consults in respect of ADP system record-retention matters, are only now undertaking detailed examinations of the sophisticated Database Management Software (DBMS) systems and Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) technology that many taxpayers implemented or expanded substantially during the 1990s.
An ADP system is an accounting or financial system that processes all or part of a taxpayer's transactions, records or data by nonmanual methods.
The requirements in this area are the fundamental needs of an organization to protect the information on an ADP system. An ADP system should support the following capabilities: Discretionary Access Control (DAC) [19], Mandatory Access Control (MAC), Labels, and Object Reuse.
The COMPUSEC organization, the NCSC, has focused on incorporating security properties into commercial general-purpose stand-alone ADP systems. The emphasis has been on protecting information when it was being processed or stored in a stand-alone ADP system.
In addition, IRS computer audit specialists (CAS), whom the Chief Counsel's Office consults in respect of ADP system record-retention matters, are only now undertaking detailed examinations of the sophisticated Database Management Software (DBMS) systems and Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) technology that many taxpayers implemented or expanded substantially during the 1990s.
An ADP system includes (but is not limited to) a mainfi2me, stand-alone or networked microcomputer system, data base management system, and a system that uses or incorporates tectronic data interchange or an electronic storage system.
71-20 states that all machine sensible data media used for recording, consolidating, and summarizing accounting transactions and records within a taxpayer's ADP system are records within the meaning of section 6001 of the Code and are required to be retained as long as the contents may become material in the administration of any internal revenue law.
This includes punched cards, magnetic tapes, disks and other machine-sensible data used for recording, consolidating and summarizing accounting transactions and records within a taxpayer's ADP system. These records must be able to be reconciled with the taxpayer's books and tax return.
91-59 specifies the basic requirements that the IRS considers essential when a taxpayer's records are maintained within an ADP system. These guidelines are incorporated into the checklist.