FCC Taps Peha as Chief Technologist

Oct 1, 2008  •  Post A Comment

The Federal Communications Commission has appointed Jon M. Peha, Ph.D., as its chief technologist. He will serve as a senior adviser on communications technology for the FCC’s Office of Strategic Planning & Policy Analysis.
Dr. Peha comes to the FCC from Carnegie Mellon University, where he is a professor in the Engineering & Public Policy and Electrical & Computer Engineering departments. He also is the associate director of the university’s Center for Wireless & Broadband Networking.
Dr. Peha worked on the technical staffs of SRI International, AT&T Bell Laboratories and Microsoft before joining CMU.
“Jon brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the commission and I am pleased he has agreed to join us as chief technologist. I am confident that Dr. Peha’s expertise will be beneficial to the commission as it moves forward to address numerous complex, technical issues,” Kevin J. Martin, chairman of the FCC, said in a statement.


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