The NIGC released Bulletin No. 2018-3 today, the purpose of which is to provide an updated, non-binding Minimum Internal Control Standards (MICS) for Class III Gaming.
In 2006, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the NIGC lacked authority to enforce or promulgate Class III MICS. Since the ruling the Class III MICS have not been substantively revised, making some standards obsolete and ignoring new areas of risk.
This new document will be guidance rather than regulations, and the NIGC will be able to keep it updated and quickly adapt to changes in the gaming industry.