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Spectrum Strategy Pillars

Developing a National Spectrum Strategy

An essential element supporting each of these four pillars and cutting across all aspects of this Strategy will be the creation and execution of an improved national framework for collaboration on spectrum policy. Simply put, the United States needs a better and more consistent process for bringing the public and private sectors together to work through the difficult issues surrounding access to spectrum, including dynamic forms of spectrum sharing.

The U.S. Government will build upon existing constructs to enable consistent, robust, and transparent engagement among stakeholders and will publish an implementation plan with details about responsible parties and timelines to achieve specific outcomes associated with each strategic objective identified herein. This will help to address spectrum challenges facing the Nation, including charting a path to satisfy current and future spectrum access requirements.

The Strategy adopts and describes four pillars with several corresponding strategic objectives for immediate and sustained attention and effort.