It must promote common-sense policies like “Dig Once” and reform pole attachment rules to reduce the costs of building digital networks.It must streamline the process for deploying wireless infrastructure, from big towers to small cells.He proposed a way for the FCC to address petitions filed by the public much more quickly; that “rocket docket” is now in place and has dramatically sped up the agency’s decision-making. Trial Attorney (Attorney General’s Honors Program), Antitrust Division, Telecommunications Task Force, 1998 – 2001 Hon. He now lives in Arlington, Virginia, with his wife, Janine; son, Alexander; and daughter, Annabelle. Berry has served as chief of staff to then-Commissioner and now-Chairman Pai. In that capacity, he oversaw several key portfolios, including Next Generation 911, emergency alerting, public safety spectrum issues, as well as issues concerning law enforcement and national security. Nakazawa graduated from the University of Richmond, T. Williams School of Law, and received his undergraduate degree in Economics from Bucknell University. Patel recently served as a Legal Advisor in the Office of Commissioner Brendan Carr, where she advised on media, wireless, public safety, international, consumer protection, and enforcement matters. Mattos is currently a Management Analyst in the Enforcement Bureau. With respect to outside review and oversight, in at least half a dozen high-profile cases in which he dissented, federal courts of appeals have upheld his position. He previously served as the Commission's general counsel and deputy general counsel. from Yale Law School and graduated Senior Counsel Mr. House of Representatives Committee on Energy and Commerce, where he served as counsel under Chairman Fred Upton and Communications and Technology Subcommittee Chairman Greg Walden. Degani served as an Attorney Advisor in the Wireline Competition Bureau’s Telecommunications Access Policy Division and Competition Policy Division, as well as the Commission’s Office of General Counsel. Degani entered the Commission through the Attorney Honors Program. Degani clerked for Judge Jeffrey Sutton of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. from the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law and obtained a certificate from its Institute for Communications Law Studies. Nemeth received her undergraduate degree from Lafayette College. Bender will advise Chairman Pai on wireless and international issues. Bender joins the office from the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau, where she worked on competition issues and efforts to streamline infrastructure deployment. Bender served for over five years at the wireless trade association Mobile Future—most prominently as Senior Policy Director—where her work focused on a broad range of spectrum policy matters. Bender graduated from the Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law with a certificate from its Institute for Communications Law Studies and from the University of Maryland, College Park, where she earned her B. Prior to that, he served as deputy chief of the division and as a staff attorney and acting legal adviser in the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau. Prior to that, she served as a Deputy Chief in the Competition Policy Division of the Wireline Competition Bureau. Patel was Counsel in the Technology, Media, and Telecommunications practice of Hogan Lovells US LLP. She was detailed to serve as Executive Assistant to the former Chief of Staff and was detailed to the acting Chairwoman's Office in 2013 as Staff Assistant. Mattos has been with the FCC since 2003, having started in the General Counsel's office as Executive Assistant to the General Counsel, and Legal Administrative Specialist, where she administered the FCC's Attorney Honors Program. Chairman Pai has fought to eliminate waste, fraud, and abuse in federal programs.
Deputy General Counsel, Associate General Counsel, and Special Advisor to the General Counsel, 2007 – 2011 U. Senate Judiciary Committee, Chief Counsel, Chairman Sam Brownback, Subcommittee on the Constitution, Civil Rights, and Property Rights, 2005-2007 U. Additionally, he worked as a staff attorney at the Institute for Justice. While at the Commission, from 2013 until January 2017, Mr. She came to the Commission through the Attorney Honors Program, and she has worked on a variety of legal and policy issues in both the Media and Wireless Telecommunications Bureaus relating to broadcast television licensing, transactions, the broadcast incentive auction, privacy, and device security. Nemeth worked as an interim legal advisor for media issues in then-Commissioner Pai's Office. Alexiou has been Commissioner Pai's confidential assistant. Alexiou worked at the law firms of Wiley Rein LLP and Fisher, Wayland, Cooper and Leader. In addition to automatic infrared activation for bar code detection, Voyager BT comes equipped with patented Range Gate technology which allows the device to scan hundreds of bar codes when out of range of a host system.This product has been retired and has been replaced with the Voyager 1202g.Previously, he held positions as Deputy Chief in the Wireline Competition Bureau's Telecommunications Access Policy Division and as Supervisory Economist in the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau's Competition and Infrastructure Policy Division. Prior to these roles, he worked as an economist in the Wireline Competition Bureau.