INCOMPAS Policy Summit Opens Registration

Registration is open for The 2023 INCOMPAS Policy Summit, taking place Tuesday, March 7 in Washington, D.C.

Join INCOMPAS to hear keynote speakers from Congress, as well as officials from the White House, FCC, Department of Commerce’s NTIA and other administrative agencies. Currently confirmed keynote speakers David Abecassis, Partner, Analysys Mason

  • John Banghart, Senior Director for Cybersecurity Services, Venable LLP
  • Brendan Carr, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission
  • Evan Feinman, Director, Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment Program
  • Lauren Gaydos, Director, Glen Echo Group
  • Greg Guice, Director of Government Affairs Public Knowledge
  • Michael Kende, Partner, Analysys Mason
  • Angie Kronenberg, President, INCOMPAS
  • Bob Latta, R-Ohio, Chairman, Subcommittee on Communications and Technology
  • Ben Ray Lujan, D-New Mexico
  • Kelly McGriff, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, Uniti Group
  • Andrew Mincheff, Government Relations Director, INCOMPAS
  • Chip Pickering, CEO, INCOMPAS (pictured)
  • Mike Romano, Executive Vice President, NTCA–The Rural Broadband Association
  • Christopher L. Shipley, Executive Director of Public Policy, INCOMPAS
  • Nathan Simington, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission
  • Geoffrey Starks, Commissioner, Federal Communications Commission
  • Lindsay Stern, Attorney and Policy Advisor, INCOMPAS
  • Joseph Wender, Capital Projects Fund Director, U.S. Treasury Department

Also on the schedule are panel discussions with senior industry executives and public policy leaders, such as:

  • Federal Infrastructure Funding – One Year Later
  • FCC Bureau Chiefs’ 2023 Priorities and Perspectives
  • Investing in the Networks and Reducing Deployment Barriers to Secure Our Digital Future
  • The Model for Spectrum Sharing: 12 GHz Is Key to Growing 5G Economy
  • Insights into Tech Investments in Digital Infrastructure
  • USF is Broken. How Do We Fix It?
  • Cybersecurity Policy Trends
  • The Impact of Broadband on Precision Agriculture
  • And much more

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