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Dileep Srihari

Dileep Srihari

Senior Policy Counsel, Access Partnership

Dileep Srihari is Senior Policy Counsel in Access Partnership’s Washington, DC office. He focuses on data policy, cybersecurity, and telecommunications infrastructure issues, including diversification and security of the information and communications technology (ICT) supply chain.

Mr Srihari joined Access Partnership from the Computing Technology Industry Association (CompTIA), where he represented tech companies through policy development and advocacy before Congress, the Executive Branch and agencies including the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). He also spent eight years at the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) where he worked with ICT vendors on spectrum and broadband infrastructure deployment policy.

Mr Srihari was earlier an attorney at WilmerHale, with a practice that included appellate litigation and regulatory advocacy on topics including wireless interference protections, television program access and process safety management. He previously worked on Capitol Hill for Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York.

Mr Srihari holds an undergraduate degree in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering from Cornell University and a law degree from the Georgetown University Law Center.

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