Naylor served on two working groups for the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy in addition to serving on the Federal Executive CIO Council. He earned a B.A. in organizational management from Eastern University in St. Davids, Penn. and a business administration degree from Arcadia College.
VanRoekel recently announced his own plans to leave the FCC this week to join USAID following the comprehensive overhaul of the agency's website, which debuted last month. He oversaw the project, which has drawn some criticism from industry lawyers tasked with filing documents through the online system.