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Diane Rinaldo Succeeds David Redl as NTIA Chief

Jeff Brody

David Redl, assistant secretary for communications and information with the Department of Commerce and administrator at the National Telecommunications and Information Agency, has stepped down from his role, Broadcasting and Cable reported Thursday.

Prior to NTIA, Redl served as a chief counsel at the House Energy and Commerce Committee and held the role of director of regulatory affairs at CTIA.

"I thank Assistant Secretary Redl and Assistant Secretary Platt for their service to President Trump, the Department of Commerce, and the American people," said Wilbur Ross, secretary at DOC.

Diane Rinaldo, deputy assistant secretary at DOC, has elevated as acting assistant secretary and NTIA administrator. Rinaldo contributed to the Cybersecurity Act of 2015 and worked as a deputy chief of staff for Congressman Mike Rogers.

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