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1) Dec 7 -- The National Telecommunications and Information Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, invites public input by January 2, 2024 on the Implementation Plan for the National Spectrum Strategy.

NTIA serves as the President's principal advisor on telecommunications policies and manages the use of the radio-frequency spectrum by federal agencies. NTIA is interested in public views on implementing the Strategy, with a focus on the next 1–3 years, as such inputs allow NTIA and other federal agencies to benefit from expertise and viewpoints outside the federal government. These views will be considered in developing the implementation plan, which is intended to help accelerate U.S. leadership in wireless communications and other spectrum-based technologies and to unlock innovations that benefit the American people.

America is increasingly dependent on secure and reliable access to radio frequency spectrum. Sufficient access to spectrum is vital to national security, critical infrastructure, transportation, emergency response, public safety, scientific discovery, economic growth, competitive next-generation communications, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. Increased spectrum access will also advance U.S. innovation, connectivity, and competition, create high-paying and highly skilled jobs, and produce improvements to the overall quality of life. Access to more spectrum, in short, will help the United States continue to lead the world in advanced technology and enhance our national and economic security.

Spectrum access, however, must be managed responsibly and efficiently. NTIA jointly manages the nation's spectrum resources with the Federal Communications Commission. NTIA is welcoming public input from interested stakeholders to help inform the development of an implementation plan for the Strategy, which is needed for the U.S. to bolster investment in spectrum-related innovative technologies and plan effectively for its current and future spectrum needs.

National Spectrum Strategy: https://www.ntia.gov/issues/national-spectrum-strategy
Presidential Memorandum (PM), Modernizing United States Spectrum Policy and Establishing a National Spectrum Strategy: https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/presidential-actions/2023/11/13/memorandum-on-modernizing-united-states-spectrum-policy-and-establishing-a-national-spectrum-strategy/
FRN: https://www.federalregister.gov/d/2023-26810

2) Dec 18 -- CRS, The National Spectrum Strategy for Wireless Technologies: Priorities, Objectives, and Congressional Considerations

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