The Federal Communications Commission wants to help healthcare organizations adopt the latest technology and the fastest broadband Internet.
President Obama has nominated a former software trade group lobbyist for a top trade office.
The newest member of Congress, Sen. John Walsh (D-Mont.), will serve on the Senate Commerce Committee, Chairman Jay Rockefeller (D-W.Va.) announced on Friday.
The San Francisco-based company will join The Internet Association.
As the new top Democrat on the House Judiciary subcommittee on the Constitution and Civil Justice, Rep. Steve Cohen (Tenn.) is pledging to tackle government surveillance and civil rights.
Both want to take over for Waxman as the senior Democrat on the Energy and Commerce panel.
Former Federal Trade Commissioner Pamela Jones Harbour has moved to BakerHostetler to help lead its privacy and data protection team.
Former Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Julius Genachowski joined the major private equity firm on Monday.
AT&T has added Capitol Hill veteran Noah Jacobson to its policy shop.
Alex Macgillivray, Twitter's general counsel, announced on Friday that he will step down.
Vijaya Gadde will take over the top legal job for the social media company.
Macgillivray said he will scale back his day-to-day involvement with Twitter but will continue to support the company while "exploring other passions."