The 2022 INCOMPAS Policy Summit, scheduled for February 8 at the Conference Center at Hogan and Lovells, 555 13th St., 13th Floor, in Washington D.C., will focus on communications and technology issues, including broadband deployment and implementation of federal broadband funding programs, 5G, Internet of Things (IoT), demand for content and over-the-top (OTT) services, as well as the state of the industry.
Attendees will include INCOMPAS member companies’ executives and leadership as well as the communications community consisting of competitive carriers, wireless, cable, internet and other edge/application providers.
This year’s program will consist of invited keynote speakers from Congress as well as officials from the White House, Federal Communications Commission, Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration and other administrative agencies.
Among the confirmed keynote speakers are:
- Angus King (I) Maine (pictured)
- Ben Lujan (D) New Mexico
- Rob Portman (R) Ohio
- FCC Commissioner Brendan Carr
- FCC Commissioner Nathan Simington
Panel discussion topics will focus on these issues:
- The Impact of New Federal Funding on the Broadband Industry
- The Role of the States and Local Government
Keys to the Condo: Unlocking Broadband Competition in Multi-tenant Environments
- USF Reform: Process, Proposals and Prospects of Moving Forward
- The STATE of Streaming
Cost to attend this year’s summit is:
- INCOMPAS member – $150
- Non-member – $200
- Non-profit or government – $50 (Non-profit or government attendees must email Gail Norris to receive the proper registration code.)
The venue requires that all attendees show proof of COVID-19 vaccination for entry. Attendees may bring physical documentation to show onsite, or you can upload your vaccination card in advance using the CLEAR Health Pass to show onsite. Sign up for the CLEAR Health Pass here.
To register and to receive additional information, go here: Policy Summit > Registration (incompas.org)