Definition Edit

A project champion is

a high-level individual within the organization who has been selected to drive the privacy and civil liberties policy development effort. The champion helps steer the development of the policy, identifies and allocates the necessary resources (both human and other support), and oversees policy implementation. This person provides a strong voice for the team effort, particularly when there is competition for scarce resources, and provides the mechanism for efficient decision making when the project team leader or project manager does not have the authority to make decisions in selected areas.[1]

References Edit

  1. Privacy and Civil Liberties Policy Development Guide and Implementation Templates, App. E, Glossary.

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