Frank Krüger is head of the Directorate for Data Policy and Digital Innovations at the Federal Ministry for Digital and Transport. After training as a bank officer, he studied economics and began working as press desk officer at the Federal Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications in 1994. In 1998, Mr Krüger joined the Federal Ministry of Economics in the same position. He has been working in the field of telecommunications since 1999 and, since 2008, his focus has been on broadband policy. From 2005 to 2008, Mr Krüger represented Germany in Brussels in the fields of telecommunications and audiovisual media. In 2011, he was appointed head of the Division for Broadband Policy. In early 2014, he moved on to the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure and was appointed as head of the Directorate for Digital Society and Infrastructure. He has held his current position since 2021.
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