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Received Comments

Developing a National Spectrum Strategy

Welcome to the received comments hub for the National Spectrum Strategy. At NTIA, we value transparency and believe in fostering an inclusive environment for collaboration.

This page serves to centralize all of the comments and inputs for the National Spectrum Strategy implementation, Stakeholder inputs and request for comments received during and after the Request for Comments period.

National Spectrum Strategy Implementation Comments

NTIA welcomes public input on the implementation of the Strategy and is providing the opportunity to submit written comments and/or request meetings with NTIA staff regarding the implementation plan.

National Spectrum Strategy Stakeholder Inputs

As NTIA developed the National Spectrum Strategy in conjunction with the White House, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and federal agencies, NTIA invites stakeholders to provide written comments with insights, opinions, and suggestions on the National Spectrum Strategy.

National Spectrum Strategy Request for Comments

The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) requested input on the development and implementation of a National Spectrum Strategy for the United States. Through a Request for Comments (RFC), NTIA sought wide-ranging public feedback from all interested stakeholders, including private industry, academia, civil society, and the public sector.