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Daily Dashboard | What the end of the CIPP/G certification will mean for US government privacy professionals Related reading: White House, industry reveal more details on US privacy framework

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Starting Sept. 30, the IAPP will deactivate the CIPP/G certification program. Before you panic: Anyone holding a CIPP/G certification in good standing as of Sept. 30, 2018, will find themselves CIPP/G-certified in perpetuity. Affected members were notified of the change by email last week. While some may view this as an end to a focus on privacy in the U.S. public sector, those within the IAPP are taking this moment as an opportunity to reimagine how government content is best delivered to those who need it. In this article for The Privacy Advisor, Molly Hulefeld has the scoop on what U.S. government privacy professionals need to know about the end of the CIPP/G certification.
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