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Suzanne Tetreault Named Potential Deputy Chief of FCC Wireless Telecommunications Bureau

FCCSealSuzanne Tetreault, deputy general counsel at the Federal Communications Commission‘s office of the general counsel, has been named as the potential deputy bureau chief for the commission’s Wireless Telecommunications Bureau.

Bureau Chief Jon Wilkins announced his intention to appoint Tetreault in a statement issued Wednesday.

“Suzanne’s legal expertise and extensive experience as a senior leader at the FCC will make her an outstanding addition to our team,” said Wilkins.

“With the many complex legal and policy issues we deal with in the Wireless Bureau, it is essential that we have talented professionals such as Suzanne as part of our leadership team.”

Tetreault started work in the agency in 1991 and has since held a number of senior leadership positions in FCC’s Enforcement Bureau, Consumer and Governmental Affairs Bureau and Wireline Competition Bureau before being appointed as deputy general counsel.

The Wireless Telecommunications Bureau works to deliver and develop policies and procedures relevant to wireless services, including radio and mobile broadband.

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