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Federal privacy panel is seeking new members
The DHS Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee is looking for applicants for appointment to the panel to serve three-year terms without any financial compensation.
The panel was established to provide advice to the DHS secretary and the department’s chief privacy officer on programmatic, policy, operational, administrative and technological issues related to data integrity, personally identifiable information (PII) and other privacy-related matters.
The panel is seeking applicants from three distinct groups of individuals: those working in higher education, state or local government or a non-profit organization; those employed by a for-profit organization; other individuals, as determined appropriate by the DHS secretary.
“Members are not compensated for their service on the Committee; however, while attending meetings or otherwise engaged in Committee business, members may receive travel expenses and per diem in accordance with Federal regulations,” says a Federal Register notice published by DHS on September 9.
Interested individuals should submit their resume and a letter explaining their qualification for membership to Shannon Ballard at [email protected] by October 9.
Individuals who are registered as federal lobbyists are not eligible to apply for membership.