“The Associate Administrator (AA) for Telecommunication Sciences and Director, Institute for Telecommunication Sciences (ITS), provides leadership and direction for all activities performed at NTIA's Boulder, CO, laboratory, including the management of all human, financial and physical resources.”
“Advises the Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information on the role of research and development and on policy considerations; performs as the leader and prime mover for the telecommunications and spectrum technology program and for planning and coordinating research and engineering efforts that support NTIA programs; pursues, organizes and coordinates ITS program development efforts to solve telecommunication and spectrum usage and management concerns of other Federal agencies, state and local governments, private corporations and international organizations; and provides management oversight, guidance and employee direction within ITS.
Advises the Assistant Secretary on technologically-related policies and emerging issues as they relate to Administration goals and Department strategic objectives. Analyzes, presents and proposes policies for technological relevance and state-of-the-art advances, such as spectrum sharing or device innovation.
Builds professional networks in support of ITS spectrum management research policies and goals.
Addresses national priorities and emerging strategic issues relating to spectrum utilization, telecommunications, information and advanced technologies.
Coordinates interagency efforts with the White House, Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Department of Defense (DOD), Department of Energy (DOE), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and other government agencies.
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G2X TAKE: Those who support the Department of Commerce (DOC), National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) may want to influence who applies for this role with the Institute for Telecom Sciences (ITS) that analyzes, presents and proposes policies for technological relevance and state-of-the-art advances, such as spectrum sharing or device innovation.
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