The United States Senate confirmed Monday current Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Ajit Pai for a second five-year term. Pai first became an FCC commissioner in 2012, and was named chairman of the commission following the election of Donald Trump. The agenda for his second term will include an attempted revamp of current net neutrality rules. The consultation for that process that began in May. “Since January, the Commission has focused on bridging the digital divide, promoting innovation, protecting consumers and public safety, and making the FCC more open and transparent. With today’s vote, I look forward to continuing to work with my colleagues to advance these critical priorities in the time to come,” Pai said in a statement Monday.