Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 116 Part 4.djvu/495

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' ° ' "' PUBLIC LAW 107-347—DEC. 17, 2002 116 STAT. 2923 (1) PRIVACY POLICIES ON WEBSITES.— (A) GUIDELINES FOR NOTICES.— The Director shall develop guidance for privacy notices on agency websites used by the public. (B) CONTENTS. —The guidance shall require that a privacy notice address, consistent with section 552a of title 5, United States Code— (i) what information is to be collected; (ii) why the information is being collected; (iii) the intended use of the agency of the information; (iv) with whom the information will be shared; (v) what notice or opportunities for consent would be provided to individu^s regarding what information is collected and how that information is shared; (vi) how the information will be secured; and (vii) the rights of the individusJ under section 552a of title 5, United States Code (commonly referred to as the "Privacy Act"), and other laws relevant to the protection of the privacy of an individual. (2) PRIVACY POLICIES IN MACHINE-READABLE FORMATS. — Guidelines. The Director shall issue guideuice requiring agencies to translate privacy policies into a standardized machine-readable format. (d) DEFINITION.—In this section, the term "identifiable form" means any representation of information that permits the identity of an individual to whom the information applies to be reasonably inferred by either direct or indirect means. SEC. 209. FEDERAL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY WORKFORCE 44 USC 3501 DEVELOPMENT. note. (a) PURPOSE.— The purpose of this section is to improve the skills of the Federal workforce in using information technology to deliver Government information and services. (b) WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT.— (1) IN GENERAL.— In consultation with the Director of the Office of Management and Budget, the Chief Information Officers Council, and the Administrator of General Services, the Director of the Office of Personnel Management shall— (A) analyze, on an ongoing basis, the personnel needs of the Federal Government related to information technology and information resource management; (B) identify where current information technology and information resource management training do not satisfy the personnel needs described in subpeu-agraph (A); (C) oversee the development of curricula, training methods, and training priorities that correspond to the projected personnel needs of the Federal Government related to information technology and information resource management; and (D) assess the treiining of Federal employees in information technology disciplines in order to ensure that the information resource management needs of the Federal Government are addressed. (2) INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY TRAINING PROGRAMS.—The head of each Executive agency, after consultation with the Director of the Office of Personnel Management, the Chief