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National Spectrum Strategy Stakeholder Inputs

Developing a National Spectrum Strategy

We invite you to participate in the ongoing dialogue by sharing your valuable insights, opinions, and suggestions on the National Spectrum Strategy. By contributing your comments, you play a vital role in shaping the future of spectrum strategy by helping with more informed decision-making that reflects the diverse needs and interests of our stakeholders. New comments will be routinely published to this page as they are available. We invite you to submit your comments for continued consideration. To participate, please email

Interested in discussing the National Spectrum Strategy? Let's Connect

Anyone wanting to meet with NTIA on issues pertaining to the National Spectrum Strategy can request a meeting by sending an email to nssmeetings@ntia.govPlease provide your name, your organization’s name (if applicable), potential dates and times for the requested meeting, and a short description of the matter(s) you would like to discuss. 

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