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Request for Comments

Developing a National Spectrum Strategy

NTIA is requesting comment on the development and implementation of a National Spectrum Strategy (NSS) for the United States. Through this Request for Comments (RFC), NTIA seeks broad input and feedback from all interested stakeholders, including private industry, academia, civil society, the public sector, and others on three proposed pillars of the NSS.  The RFC may be found here.

Written comments in response to the RFC must be provided to NTIA by April 17, 2023, 30 days from the date of publication in the Federal Register.

Comments should respond to questions posed in the RFC, and commenters are encouraged to correlate the content of their comments to the pillars and questions set forth in the RFC. Commenters need not respond to every question. Comments should be typed, double-spaced, and signed and dated by the filing party or a legal representative of that party. Commenters are encouraged (but not required) to limit their filings to no more than 25 pages.

Submit a Comment to the Request for Comments

Comments submitted in response to the RFC will be made publicly available via

How to file a written comment

  1. Go to 
  2. Search for docket number NTIA-2023-0003 
  3. Click the “Comment Now!” icon
  4. Complete the required fields
  5. Enter or attach your comments