CIO Council releases digital privacy controls report

In the latest Digital Government Strategy milestone, the federal Chief Information Officers Council on Friday released new recommendations for how the government can standardize digital privacy controls.

The strategy, “Recommendations for Standardized Digital Privacy Controls,” recognizes that federal agencies must adopt strong privacy, confidentiality and security safeguards to prevent the improper collection, use, retention or disclosure of personally identifiable information when developing and delivering such digital services and programs, the council said.

The council said that services and programs that incorporate digital content, platforms, mobile applications, application programming interfaces and other new and emerging technologies must be designed to foster trust, accountability and transparency in how personal information is collected and distributed.


Full report

Recommendations for Standardized Implementation of Privacy Controls

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