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Michelle Schulz Appointed Chair of PECSEA's Data Transmission and Security Subcommittee

07.09.14

The NDIA Daily Bugle covered Gardere Partner Michelle Schulz's recent appointment to chair of the Data Transmission and Security subcommittee at the President's Export Council Subcommittee on Export Administration public session in Washington, D.C. held June 18, 2014. This new subcommittee is tasked with evaluating and advising on export control reform issues related to encryption, cloud computing and cyber security.

The PECSEA is a national advisory committee on international trade. Under the President's Export Council, the PECSEA advises the Commerce Department and ultimately the President on government policies and programs related to Export Control Reform and the National Export Initiative. Ms. Schulz, who serves as co-chair of Gardere's International Trade Practice was first appointed to the PECSEA in July 2012.

Access to the NDIA Daily Bugle can be found here. For more information on the history of the PEC and the PECSEA, click here.

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