National Telecommunications and Information Administration
Let me lay out some of the priorities that I'll be pursuing over the next year at NTIA. For those of you who know me, you know that spectrum policy is a passion of mine, so it's no surprise that it will be a major focus this year.
This is an exciting time to lead NTIA, which plays a vital role in many important areas of telecommunications, including managing federal spectrum use, promoting investments in broadband infrastructure, and developing policies that improve cyberse
Understanding the barriers to veterans' broadband access and adoption is the first step to reducing the challenges veterans face as they seek out job opportunities, affordable housing, vital health services and more.
The Board of the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) will hold a Special Meeting via telephone conference on August 15, 2014.
Bart Gibbon is an information technology engineer at National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s remote site operations in Gettysburg (PA), he has worked since he joined the agency in 2005.
The US Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) is working to ensure our nation’s first responders have access to the most advanced communications when responding to an emergency or natural disaster.
Statement from Assistant Secretary Strickling on Enhanced Privacy Notices Released by the Application Developers Alliance, Intuit and TRUSTe
We applaud the announcements from the Application Developers Alliance, Intuit and TRUSTe that they have released enhanced privacy notices for mobile applications, which are based on the code of conduct developed through a multistakeholder process
I want to focus on what has been happening in response to the National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s (NTIA) announcement in March that we intend to transition our stewardship role with respect to the Internet domain name syst
Access to high-speed Internet has become a necessity for communities and businesses, and the latest data from the National Broadband Map shows that broadband continues to be available to more Americans than ever.
The US Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration has published the federal agencies’ transition plans for vacating or sharing spectrum bands set to be auctioned by the Federal Communications Commission in the