RE: Secure Data Rooms
CC: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Just to clarify – only the board liaison and the chairs for a particular working group have access to that data room. So, for example, only the national security folks have access to the national security room. They wouldn’t have access to the health care room or personnel room. And vice versa.
With help from Sonal and her gang at Google, Chuq Yang (our IT staffer) has set up secure data rooms. You should be receiving emails inviting you to the rooms. The way that the rooms are set up is like this: 1) General room – there is a general room that we’ll upload all of the policy promises, as well as legal documents like expense reimbursements and contribution forms. All of the principals on this list will have access to this room. (If you’d like to give access to your assistant, just email Chuq at email@example.com
<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> .) Regarding policy promises, from now on, we’ll email out the first drafts when they’re done, but we won’t email out revisions. The latest version will always be stored in the “general” data room. 2) Working group rooms – All board members and working group chairs have access to their own rooms (e.g., national security, personnel, etc.) You can give additional people access to these rooms in two ways.
You can email those requests to Chuq (along with the email address of the invitee) or you can designate someone in your working group to control the access from now on and that person can email invitation requests. 3) As needed, we can create additional rooms. Just let Chuq know. The one thing you should know is that contrary to the log-in instructions, we’re not giving out “transition2008.com” email addresses. We think that would compromise our ability to keep this whole enterprise under wraps.