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Posted at 05:05 PM ET, 03/14/2012

FCC’s Amy Levine to leave the agency

The Federal Communications Commission announced Wednesday that senior counsel Amy Levine will be leaving the agency.

Levine has served as a key wireless adviser for the agency and was promoted to her current position when FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski appointed Zachary Katz as his chief of staff in January.

The release on the staff change did not detail where Levine will be headed next, only that she will be relocating from the Washington area.

In a statement, Genachowski credited Levine with “working with Congress to see the historic incentive auctions legislation through its recent signing into law.”

Charles Mathias, currently serving as the associate wireless telecommunications bureau chief, will take on Levine’s duties on an interim basis, the release said.

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