Information Infrastructure Task Force

<networking, body> (IITF) A US government body created in 1993 by President Clinton to control and oversee the NII project. The IITF consists of representatives of the federal agencies involved in information technology. They work with the private sector to develop policy. Various IITF committees work on telecommunications, IPR, privacy, government information and applications.

In 2013, the IITF does not appear to have any presence on the WWW, which strongly suggests that it no longer exists (or that it is pretty out of touch with modern information infrastructure).

http://itlaw.wikia.com/wiki/Information_Infrastructure_Task_Force.

[Did it ever achieve anything? What happened to it?]

Last updated: 2013-11-16

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