FCC Names Henning Schulzrinne Chief Technology Officer

Techtaffy Newsdesk

Henning Schulzrinne will be joining as Chief Technology Officer with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Mr. Schulzrinne will be based in the FCC’s Office of Strategic Planning and Policy Analysis.

As CTO, Mr. Schulzrinne will guide the FCC’s work on technology and engineering

issues, together with the FCC’s Office of Engineering and Technology. He will advise on matters across the agency, as also serve as a resource to FCC Commissioners. Mr. Schulzrinne will also help the FCC engage with technology experts outside the agency and promote technical excellence among agency staff.

Mr. Schulzrinne is Julian Clarence Levi Professor of Mathematical Methods and Computer Science and Professor of Engineering at The Fu Foundation School of Engineering at Columbia University. He has been an Engineering Fellow at the FCC since 2010.

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