OEA Deputy Chief To Retire, Ending 24 Years at FCC


WASHINGTON, D.C. — She’s been at the FCC since 1997, and in her time at the Commission oversaw two-thirds of the Commission’s auctions. She served under nine FCC Chairs.

Now, she’s set to retire, and an Acting Deputy Chief in the Office of Economics and Analytics has been named to succeed her.

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