Chief Privacy Officer, United States Senate
Christopher Lee is the Chief Privacy Officer for the United States Senate. In that role, he works to protect the privacy and data of Senators, staff, constituents, and the overall legislative process. Prior to rejoining the Senate, Chris was the Privacy Officer for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Science & Technology Directorate - working to build privacy protections and guardrails into emerging technology projects ranging from biometrics to unmanned aircraft to Big Data Analytics.
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