CCAH Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy (this “Policy”) explains how Chapman, Cubine, Allen + Hussey (“CCAH”, “we”, “us” and  our”) collects, uses, and shares, information, including Personal Information, we receive from or collect on behalf of our business customers and their constituents. “Personal information” is information that identifies an individual or relates to an identifiable individual and includes ‘personal data’ as that term is used in the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation.

This Policy applies to information that we process on behalf of our customers (where we act as a ‘data processor’). CCAH does not collect data directly from consumers.

CCAH has implemented (and requires its sub-processors or subcontractors to maintain) appropriate physical, administrative, and technical measures that are designed to help protect the data that CCAH receives in connection with its Services from unauthorized access, disclosure, or modification. However, no security procedures or protocols can be guaranteed to be completely secure and we therefore cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information we collect or store. In accordance with internal policies, CCAH promptly evaluates and responds to all security incidents.

CCAH generally does not retain the PII/PHI we collect form our clients, but rather transmits it to sub processors who do the dissemination of the customized work products from CCAH to the target audiences of our clients. In limited cases, where a client has a legitimate business purpose for requesting a longer retention timeline, CCAH will retain data for the client’s use for up to eighteen months.

To contact us with any questions, comments, or suggestions, please write to us at:

Shannon Murphy, Senior VP and Principal,
smurphy[at]ccah.com | 703-302-8270
2000 15th Street North, Suite 550. Arlington, VA  22201 

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