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The Markle Task Force on National Security In the Information Age was convened to "recommend ways to improve national security decisions by transforming business processes and the way information is shared."
It consists of a diverse and bipartisan group of national security experts from the past six presidential administrations, senior information technology executives, and privacy and civil liberties advocates.
The Task Force has published a number of reports, which are, in reverse chronological order:
- Nation At Risk: Policy Makers Need Better Information to Protect the Country (Mar. 1, 2009)
- Mobilizing Information to Prevent Terrorism: Accelerating Development of a Trusted Information Sharing Environment (July 2006)
- Implementing a Trusted Information Sharing Environment Implementing an Information Sharing Environment (Feb. 1, 2006)
- Creating a Trusted Network for Homeland Security (Dec. 1, 2003)
- Protecting America's Freedom in the Information Age (Oct. 1, 2002)
The Task Force also has published a number of briefs, which are, in reverse chronological order:
- Meeting the Threat of Terrorism: New Thinking on Information Sharing Critical to Strengthening National Security (Sept. 1, 2009)
- Meeting the Threat of Terrorism: Improve Information Sharing, Create a Trusted System, Facilitate Access to Critical Data (Sept. 1, 2009)
- Meeting the Threat of Terrorism: Authorized Use (Aug. 1, 2009)
- Meeting the Threat of Terrorism: Protecting Privacy and Civil Liberties in a Networked Information Sharing Environment (July 1, 2009)