Technology Task Force looking for technology fellow

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Are you a fast-learning, tech-savvy professional driven to use your expertise to help ensure that competitive technological innovation benefits consumers? Then the FTC may have a unique opportunity for you to work in Washington, D.C. alongside antitrust attorneys and economists probing the competitive dynamics driving today’s technology-driven online ecosystem.

The FTC’s recently created Technology Task Force is looking for an experienced Technology Fellow to assist in our non-public investigations of complex technology-driven products and services. The Technology Fellow will help to analyze and evaluate the technical aspects of current products and services, as well as new ones under development. This would include key business functions enabled by operating systems, software, algorithms, database structures, and API functions, among others. The fellowship would last for one year, with a possible one-year extension.Curious? Read more about the opportunity here, or call Daria Kun at (202) 326-3545 with questions. If you’re ready to apply, send a resume and cover letter to BCRecruit@ftc.gov, subject line “TTF Tech Fellow” by August 30, 2019.

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