NIIACNational Information Infrastructure Advisory Council
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chairman and CEO and co-chair of the NIIAC, will be one of 12 U.
The 37-member NIIAC was founded in January, 1994 by the Clinton Administration to provide guidance to Department of Commerce Secretary Ronald Brown and the Interagency Infrastructure Task Force (IITF) on the development of the national information infrastructure (NII).
In addition to her involvement with the NIIAC and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Dyson sits on the boards and executive committees of the Santa Fe Institute and the Institute of East West Studies.