Office of the Managing Director [Federal Communications Commission] Law and Legal Definition

The Office of the Managing Director is a staff office of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The office is responsible for activities involving the administration and management of the FCC.

The functions of the office include:

a. to develop and manage the agency's budget and financial programs;

b. to develop and oversee the agency's personnel management process and policy;

c. design and install agency telecommunications and computer services;

d. administer the fee program;

e. develop and implement agency-wide management systems;

f. manage quarterly Universal Service Fund (USF) contribution factor process;

g. oversee the agency's physical space and security, provides support services, and manages contracts and purchasing actions; and

h. coordinate the FCC meeting schedule and manage the distribution and publication of official FCC documents.