When we reported the appointment of IAPP member Karen Neuman as the new CPO at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), we noted she’d get help from the Data Privacy and Integrity Advisory Committee. Well, that could be you. DHS posted in the Federal Register on Monday that it is on the hunt for committee members and that interested parties should submit their applications—basically, a cover letter and a resume—by Monday, November 4. In this exclusive for The Privacy Advisor, Shannon Ballard of the DHS Privacy Office highlights what the committee’s requirements are and what those selected can expect to be doing during their three-year terms.
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