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News | 01/14/2002 5:00 am EST

U.S. defense department to get help on spectrum issues
The U.S. Department of Defense has hired a telecom industry veteran to look after spectrum-related issues while it continues to joust with the commercial wireless industry over access to valuable slices of airwaves. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld named Steven Price as DOD’s deputy assistant secretary of Defense for spectrum and command, control and communications policy. This appointment marks the first time spectrum has taken on such a significant role within the DOD.

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