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“One of the challenges in government is that it’s natural to focus on today’s issues and to solve for yesterday’s problems. There’s nothing wrong with that; it’s important to learn from the past. But whether you’re in government or at a company, the real question is, ‘What should you be doing now to meet your objectives in several years or more?'”
Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission Julius Genachowski has focused the agency on unleashing the opportunities of broadband—pursuing policies to promote investment and job creation, drive innovation, foster competition, and empower consumers. He spent more than a decade working in the technology and media industries as an executive, investor, and board member.