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NTIA Spectrum Policy Symposium: Advancing the Nation’s Spectrum Strategy

June 05, 2018

As the manager of all federal spectrum use, NTIA is doing important work to ensure that we are maximizing our country’s spectrum resources to serve the nation’s communications priorities. We are committed to developing and implementing novel spectrum management approaches, and are exploring ways to put underutilized federal and non-federal spectrum to use while protecting critical federal missions. The NTIA Spectrum Policy Symposium provides an opportunity to hear from spectrum policy leaders in the White House, Congress, government and industry who are on the front lines of setting spectrum policy for the future.

Date:              June 12, 2018
Time:             8:30am - 11:00am
Location:       National Press Club
                       Holeman Lounge
                       529 14th Street NW
                       Washington, DC 20045
                       (link to location on Google Maps)

The NTIA Spectrum Policy Symposium is open to the public and press, and the event will be webcast


Welcome: Paige Atkins, NTIA Associate Administrator 

Opening Remarks: Wilbur Ross, Jr., Secretary of Commerce

Keynote Address: Advancing the Nation’s Spectrum Strategy  David J. Redl, Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information and NTIA Administrator 

Panel Discussion: Spectrum Policy Perspectives (Paige Atkins, moderator)

  • Rachael Bender, Wireless and International Advisor to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai​
  • Kelsey Guyselman, Policy Advisor, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
  • Carl Burleson, Acting Deputy Administrator, Federal Aviation Administration
  • Tom Power, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, CTIA;
  • Tom Stroup, President, Satellite Industry Association;
  • Col. Frederick D. Williams, Senior Analyst, Spectrum Policy & International Engagements, Office of the Chief Information Officer, Department of Defense


Registration for this event is now closed.