Federal Communications Commission

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Noun1.Federal Communications Commission - an independent government agency that regulates interstate and international communications by radio and television and wire and cable and satelliteFederal Communications Commission - an independent government agency that regulates interstate and international communications by radio and television and wire and cable and satellite
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Previously, he served in senior management positions at BellSouth Corporation, the USTelecom Association and was Deputy Chief of the Wireline Competition Bureau of the FCC, where he provided strategic counsel with a comprehensive understanding of how policy decisions are made and led diverse teams to achieve organizational goals.
She also served at the agency as legal counsel to the chief of the Wireline Competition Bureau and as an attorney-adviser in the Wireline Competition Bureau.
When the Commission approved the modernization, the FCC directed the Wireline Competition Bureau to compile a report on the adequacy of the funding level for category two services, which provide schools and libraries support for Wi-Fi and internal connections, by the opening of the 2019 program year.
Specifically, the Wireline Competition Bureau issued an Order on November 6, 2012, adopting data specifications for collecting study area boundaries for purposes of creating a complete, publicly-accessible, nationwide set of study area boundaries for use in implementing USF reforms.
FCC Wireline Competition Bureau Chief Sharon Gillett asked Google on Friday to explain how it decides which calls to block and noted that telecommunications companies are prohibited from such activity.