An Overview of the National Security and Economic Issues in Spectrum Allocation

  • Tuesday, Feb 18, 2014
  • Keynote remarks from:
     
    General Robert E. Wheeler (invited)
    Deputy Chief Information Officer for Command, Control, Communications and Computers and Information Infrastructure Capabilities
     
    Featuring a panel with:
     
    Stacey Black
    AT&T, Vice President, Federal Regulatory
     
    John Hunter
    T-Mobile, Director of Spectrum Policy
     
    Julius Knapp
    FCC, Chief, Office of Engineering and Technology
     
    Frederick Moorefield
    DoD, Chief Information Officer, Director of Spectrum Policy
     
    Peter Tenhula
    DOC, Senior Advisor, National Telecommunications and Information Administration
     
    CSIS, in cooperation with outside subject matter experts, industry stakeholders, and policymakers will consider how America manages and reallocates spectrum in ways that benefit both economic growth and national security.  Spectrum allocation can be a contentious issue, but there has been good progress in recent months to move ahead in ways that balance security and growth. During this event, experts will discuss the procedures, policies, and programs needed to achieve the Administration’s commitment to make additional spectrum available to drive innovation and increase economic growth consistent with the requirements of national security.

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