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Evelyn Remaley

Deputy Associate Administrator for Policy Analysis and Development

Ms. Remaley serves as Deputy Associate Administrator for Policy Analysis and Development at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce. In this role, Ms. Remaley leads a team of experts providing senior policy support to the Secretary of Commerce, Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information, and the White House on issues impacting the Internet and digital environment. Ms. Remaley also serves as the Designated Federal Officer for the U.S. Digital Economy Board of Advisors, a federal advisory committee chartered to provide the Secretary of Commerce with a diversity of digital economy perspectives from CEO-level leaders across the nation.

Ms. Remaley has led efforts to expand and refocus NTIA’s policy team to position it to meet the demands of the dynamic Internet policy landscape. Her portfolio includes work on the full scope of today’s critical digital policy issues including cybersecurity, the future of work, privacy, the free flow of information, encryption, the Internet of things and net neutrality. Her team focuses on pursuing policies that bolster the digital economy while protecting citizens and works to expand the policy conversation beyond Washington, DC to reach a full spectrum of Internet ecosystem players. 

Prior to her work within the federal government, Ms. Remaley led a Cybersecurity and Internet Policy Team at Booz Allen Hamilton in McLean, VA. Here she oversaw efforts and provided subject matter expertise supporting a wide range of cyber policy and governance projects for the Departments of Defense and Homeland Security. Prior to her time at Booz Allen, Ms. Remaley worked for a leading Internet service provider in its Internet Privacy and Security Federal Practice and spent time deploying the Internet across communities through her work with public libraries. 

Ms. Remaley holds a B.S. degree from Carnegie Mellon University and a J.D. from the Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law.