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Privacy Perils Loom For DHS Contractors

Jun.07.2005

The Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) mission demands prodigious information access and sharing, yet privacy concerns -- stoked at federal, state, and international levels -- have ignited a host of challenges to homeland security initiatives, sometimes delaying or even stopping anti-terrorism programs. In "Privacy vs. Information Sharing: The Gathering Storm Over Homeland Security and How Contractors Can Reduce Their Risks" published in the Federal Contracts Report on May 31, 2005 (http://www.crowell.com/pdf/FederalContracts_Privacy.pdf), Crowell & Moring partner David Bodenheimer discusses these privacy perils, their impact on homeland security initiatives, and some ways to reduce these privacy risks.

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