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The USDA Privacy Council

The USDA Privacy Council comprises of the USDA Senior Agency Official for Privacy (SAOP), the USDA Chief Privacy Officer (CPO), the USDA Privacy Act Officer (PAO), and the APOs of USDA sub-agencies. The USDA Privacy Council, of which the FSIS APOs are members, is responsible for monitoring USDA's and all sub-agencies' compliance with the USDA privacy program.

The Federal Privacy Council

The Federal Privacy Council is the principal inter-agency forum to improve the privacy practices of agencies and entities acting on its behalf. The work of the Federal Privacy Council shall strengthen protections of people’s personal information and privacy rights across the Federal Government. To achieve this purpose, the Federal Privacy Council shall:

  • support inter-agency efforts to protect privacy and provide expertise and assistance to agencies;
  • expand the skill and career development opportunities of agency privacy professionals;
  • improve the management of agency privacy programs by identifying and sharing lessons learned and best practices; and
  • promote collaboration between and among agency privacy professionals to reduce unnecessary duplication of efforts and to ensure the effective, efficient, and consistent implementation of privacy policy government-wide.

The information on this Website is provided for general informational purposes only and should not be considered as individual guidance or legal advice.

Last Modified May 05, 2017