CCIA Applauds McDowell Re-Nomination as FCC Commissioner

BY CCIA Staff
June 2, 2009

The following statement is in response to President Obama’s announcement of his intent to nominate Robert M. McDowell, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission. It is attributed to Ed Black, the President and CEO of the Computer & Communications Industry Association:

“Commissioner McDowell has a very impressive combination of private sector experience and public service accomplishments in telecommunications law and policy and has demonstrated a unique ability to work collaboratively with others toward innovative solutions promoting new technologies and competitive economic opportunities in the broadband and Internet space. We look forward to continue working with Commissioner McDowell as he contributes to new leadership, accountability and transparency at the FCC.”

 

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