Anna M. Gomez, former Deputy Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information for the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) of the U.S. Department of Commerce (DOC), specializes in regulatory, policy, and transactional matters related to domestic and international telecommunications and unmanned aircraft systems. As Deputy Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information at NTIA, she developed and advocated communications and information policy on behalf of the Administration before the U.S. Congress, private industry, other federal agencies, state and local governments, foreign governments, international organizations, and private organizations. Ms. Gomez also advised the White House on information and telecommunications policy issues. While at NTIA, she oversaw the establishment of FirstNet. Ms. Gomez served for 12 years in various positions at the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), including Deputy Chief of the International Bureau. Ms. Gomez counsels clients on matters before the FCC and the Federal Aviation Administration. Areas in which Ms. Gomez has counseled clients include: public safety communications and FirstNet; communications transactions; unmanned aircraft systems authorizations and privacy; spectrum; and international communications.