All matters pertaining to telecommunications and technology policy, including, but not limited to, the county role as a telecommunications regulator, service provider, and consumer, cable services technology and implementation, information technology development and implementation, information technology innovation, e-governance, and geo-spatial data collection and utilization.
Telecommunications & Technology Steering Committee
Policy BriefUrge your members of Congress to support the bipartisan State Cyber Resiliency Act of 2017 (H.R. 1344/S. 516).
Policy BriefCounties should continue to engage with their state’s designated Single Point of Contact (SPOC) for FirstNet to provide information on how emergency communications in your county can be improved as FirstNet continues to advance their efforts to build their nationwide public safety broadband network (NPSBN).
Jan. 2, 2019
NACo works to preserve local decision making, to protect counties from unfunded mandates and local preemption and to strengthen the federal-state-local partnership.
Reports & Toolkits |
Dec. 10, 2018
Counties will play a key role in the 5G deployment process as service providers navigate public property and rights-of-way.
Press Release |
Sep. 26, 2018
Cities and counties are strongly committed to the timely and successful deployment of 5G facilities and services throughout the nation, just as we led and supported public and private partnerships that resulted in the successful introduction and expansion of 4G infrastructure and services.
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Telecommunications and Technology Steering Committee
County Judge Cooke County, Texas
Commissioner Kent County, Delaware
Commissioner Cascade County, Montana
Chief, Emergency Communications York County, Virginia
Commissioner Josephine County, Oregon
Supervisor Henrico County, Virginia
Commissioner Lamar County, Georgia
Supervisor Siskiyou County, California
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