Impact of Bush IT advisory panel remains unclear

By Patrick Thibodeau, Computerworld |  Government

But it remains to be seen who else will serve on the committee. And those additional appointments may be critical to how the panel shapes issues for Bush's consideration, said Jason Catlett, president of Junkbusters Corp., a privacy advocacy and consulting firm in Green Brook, N.J.

On the privacy issue, for example, Bush said during last year's presidential election campaign that he "favored privacy and opt-in [mechanisms] and could leave the details to his advisers," Catlett said. "So it's tremendously important that these adviseers not be company executives whose commercial interests are against privacy [protections]."

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