Stockdale to Rejoin FCC as Wireless Telecommunications Bureau Chief


Federal Communications Commission (FCC or Commission) Chairman Ajit Pai has announced his intention to appoint Donald Stockdale to serve as chief of the Commission’s Wireless Telecommunications Bureau.  Stockdale first joined the FCC’s then-Common Carrier Bureau (now the Wireline Competition Bureau) in 1994 as an attorney advisor and later served as deputy division chief and associate bureau chief for economics.  He subsequently served as director of research in the Office of Policy and Planning and finally as deputy bureau chief and chief economist for the Wireline Competition Bureau until he left the FCC in 2011.  As chief of the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau, Stockdale will be working closely with Nese Guendelsberger who, having served as acting bureau chief, will continue to help lead the Bureau as senior deputy bureau chief.

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