DHS's new privacy czar
Wired magazine's blog
has a somewhat harsh look at the new pick to be the chief privacy officer at the Homeland Security Department.
After a nine-month search, the Department of Homeland Security has appointed mid-level homeland security lawyer Hugo Teufel III, who has no formal experience in privacy compliance, to be the Chief Privacy Officer for Homeland Security.
I guess Homeland Security hiring practices are pretty much the same as they were in the Katrina "heckuva job" era.
It is interesting because in the Aug. 7 issue, we will have our second annual 'best IT agencies to work for' survey and DHS did... not that bad. Who knew!
Posted by Christopher Dorobek on Jul 25, 2006 at 12:15 PM