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March 14, 2022

Now Available: Summary of Responses from the CDO Council’s RFI

By CDO Council

On October 14, 2021, the CDO Council held a virtual public meeting.The meeting highlighted the Council’s first year accomplishments, priorities, and working group updates. During the meeting the CDO Council shared its Request for Information (RFI) for public input. The RFI was published to obtain input, information, and recommendations on available methods, approaches, and tools to assist in the CDO Council’s efforts and guide its focus areas.

The areas of interest in the RFI included:

The CDO Council has received input from a diverse range of stakeholders, including those from the Federal Government, industry, civil society, and academia. The responses were shared and reviewed by relevant CDO Council working groups. This CDO Council RFI Response Summary captures a number of common themes and key feedback. This summary and the compendium of responses to this RFI will inform the Council’s efforts and have been shared with the relevant groups in the Council.

Thank you to all who submitted your comments and recommendations!

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