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A '''policy maker''' (also spelled '''policymaker''') is a person with power to influence or determine policies and practices.
 
A '''policy maker''' (also spelled '''policymaker''') is a person with power to influence or determine policies and practices.
   
'''Policymakers''' broadly . . . include [[Congress]], federal agencies, academic and research institutions, private companies, and industry trade groups, among others.<ref>[[5G Wireless: Capabilities and Challenges for an Evolving Network]], at 446 n.103.<ref>
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'''Policymakers''' broadly . . . include [[Congress]], federal agencies, academic and research institutions, private companies, and industry trade groups, among others.<ref>[[5G Wireless: Capabilities and Challenges for an Evolving Network]], at 446 n.103.</ref>
   
 
== References ==
 
== References ==

Latest revision as of 02:58, 30 November 2020

Definition[]

A policy maker (also spelled policymaker) is a person with power to influence or determine policies and practices.

Policymakers broadly . . . include Congress, federal agencies, academic and research institutions, private companies, and industry trade groups, among others.[1]

References[]