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Table of Contents - July 28, 2015

O'Rielly: Participants In FCC Process Reform Task Force Differ On Goals

FCC Commissioner Mike O'Rielly said today that opinions appear to differ among members of the agency's process reform task force—which includes a representative from each Commissioner's office—as to what its goals should be, and that "ironically such disagreements could bury agency process reform in a death spiral of its own processes," turning the effort into nothing more than a "time-suck."

"When I speak of process reform, I mean exposing the weakness and correcting the flaws in the mechanisms for decision making at the eighth floor level," Commissioner O'Rielly said during remarks at an event organized by the Free State Foundation, whereas he said some participants seem to be focused on changes that would not affect the ultimate decision-making process.


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