Tara Seals reports:
The White House has announced plans to establish a new Federal Privacy Council, which will serve as an ecosystem for strategic thinking on privacy implementation.
It will serve as a central place to coordinate and share ideas, best practices and successful approaches for protecting privacy across the government, “bringing together the best minds we have to tackle the cutting-edge privacy issues of the digital era,” according to Shaun Donovan, director of the White House Office of Management and Budget.
The Council will also develop guidance, standards and best practices to serve as a road map to successful implementation, starting with updating privacy guidance at OMB over the next several months.
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