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- Jamie Barnett Chief of the Federal Communication Commission's Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau
- Amy Schatz Technology Reporter, Wall Street Journal
- Charles Dowd Deputy Chief, New York City Police Department, Commanding Officer of the Communications Division
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