Catherine Matraves

Deputy Chief of Competition & Infrastructure Policy Division, Wireless Telecommunications Bureau at Federal Communications Commission

Catherine Matraves

Catherine Matraves

Deputy Chief of Competition & Infrastructure Policy Division, Wireless Telecommunications Bureau at Federal Communications Commission

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Former Chief of the Common Carrier Bureau at Federal Communications Commission

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Acting Chairwoman, Commission at Federal Communications Commission

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Advisor at 8 Partners

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Chief Executive Officer at National Emergency Number Association

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Deputy Designated Federal Officer, Communications Security, Reliability & Interoperability Council at Federal Communications Commission

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Legal Advisor, Enforcement Bureau at Federal Communications Commission

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Legal Advisor, Wireline at Federal Communications Commission

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Former Associate General Counsel at Verizon Communications, Inc.

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Editorial Project Manager at Federal Communications Commission

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Senior Technology Advisor at Federal Communications Commission

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Catherine Matraves
Deputy Chief of Competition & Infrastructure Policy Division, Wireless Telecommunications Bureau at Federal Communications Commission
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Deputy Chief of Competition & Infrastructure Policy Division, Wireless Telecommunications Bureau
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The Federal Communications Commission regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and U.S. territories. It was established by the Communications Act of 1934 and operates as an independent U.S. government agency overseen by Congress. The commission is committed to being a responsive, efficient and effective agency capable of facing the technological and economic opportunities of the new millennium.

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