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Crafting an Effective Broadband Stimulus Package
Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
Monday, January 26
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
The need for a robust stimulus package provides a unique opportunity to spur the deployment of broadband telecommunications, and as ITIF has documented, to create or retain a substantial number of jobs. But unless broadband stimulus measures are crafted in a way that spur the most investment for a given amount of public support, the opportunity for economic stimulus and broadband deployment will be reduced.
Please join us for an event to discuss current and proposed broadband stimulus proposals and what provisions are most important to ensuring the greatest possible impact on broadband deployment.
- Robert Atkinson, President, Information Technology and Innovation Foundation
- Debbie Goldman, Telecommunications Policy Director, Communications Workers of America
- Ev Ehrlich, President, ESC Company and former Undersecretary, U.S. Department of Commerce
- John Dunham, President, John Dunham and Associates
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- Economic Empowerment for Low-Income Workers Through Broadband Training
- Advanced Universal Service: Policies for Stimulating Deployment and Demand
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- Reforming Universal Service: What Should Be Done And How To Do It