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FCC’s Wireless Bureau Gets Re-Aligned

FCC's Wireless Bureau Gets Re-Aligned

Much as the FCC re-vamped its organizational structure to streamline radio and TV regulating duties, it’s now doing the same with its Wireless Bureau. The goal is to more effectively support the commission’s strategic goals: broadband, competition, spectrum, media and homeland security.
Similar functions within the bureau have been consolidated – all with shifting around current positions.
The Wireless Bureau now has six divisions handling auctions and spectrum access; broadband; mobility; public safety and critical infrastructure; spectrum and competition policy and spectrum management resources and technologies.