Rangam Subramanian

Dr. Rangam Subramanian is a technology strategy, spectrum policy, business development and general management professional, with 25+ years of experience in Information and Telecommunications Technology. He is serving the Strategic Planning Division, Office of Spectrum Management, National Telecommunications Information Administration (NTIA), as a Lead Technology and Spectrum Policy Strategist. Dr. Subramanian is focused on wireless spectrum strategy, policies and the related rulemaking to enable collaborative next generation technology innovation, development and implementation.  His interests include Wireless Cybersecurity, Enforcement, Internet of Things, and Big-Data issues. Prior to joining the NTIA, Dr. Subramanian served the Idaho National Laboratory (INL), as a Chief of wireless Technology and Business strategy. In his previous work with the industry, he has made significant contributions to business development, mergers & acquisitions, operations management, network services and global customer management.  In 2012, Dr. Subramanian delivered his testimony to the United States Congress on, "Avoiding the Spectrum Crunch: Growing the Wireless Economy through Innovation". He is a serving co-chair for the White House, Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), National Information Technology R&D (NITRD) initiated Wireless Spectrum Sharing R&D (WSRD), Inter-Agency Working Group (IWG).  Dr. Subramanian, a graduate of the Federal Executive Institute (FEI), Charlottesville, VA and holds a MBA from the Kellogg School of Management and a PhD in Computer Science & Systems Engineering from the Oakland University, MI.