Creating a Trusted Network for Homeland Security

December 1, 2003 | Report, White Paper
Markle Task Force

The Markle Task Force on National Security in the Information Age provides guidelines and recommendations for the creation and implementation of a trusted information sharing network for homeland security. The Markle Task Force wrote, "In this report, we reaffirm the principles of our first report and offer greater detail on how we believe the government should create networks for information collection, sharing, analysis, and use across federal, state, and local agencies and the private sector, while preserving—and even enhancing—privacy and other civil liberties."


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