AT&T names Bugel as president of FirstNet unit

AT&T this week announced that longtime FirstNet advocate Jim Bugel will be the new president of the carrier’s FirstNet program—the unit charged with building and maintaining the nationwide public-safety broadband network (NPSBN) for the FirstNet Authority—amid several changes in the company’s leadership.

SOURCE: Urgent Communications

October 12, 2022

Bugel will succeed Jason Porter, who has led AT&T’s FirstNet unit for the past three years and also has served as the president of AT&T’s public-sector business since early 2021. When the leadership changes become effective Sunday, Bugel will be president of the FirstNet program and will report to Zee Hussain, who is AT&T’s new public-sector president after leading AT&T enterprise sales teams in the healthcare, manufacturing, and transportation industries.



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