The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has made two notable leadership changes recently. The Commission has promoted Holly Saurer to deputy bureau chief. Saurer has previously served as associate bureau chief, senior legal advisor to the bureau chief, and attorney-advisor at the FCC, as well as a stint as an advisor to former FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler. Paul Jackson has also made the move from the Hill to the FCC. He joins the Commission as associate bureau chief. He was previously a staffer for the House Energy and Commerce Committee. However, this is not his first time with the FCC, as he previously served as acting director and deputy director of the Office of Legislative Affairs. He has also served as special assistant to previous FCC Chairman Michael K. Powell.