Small Business Telecommunications and Technology Policy Roundtable – February 22, 2024
The next U.S. Small Business Administration, Office of Advocacy Small Business Telecommunications and Technology Policy Roundtable will be held virtually on February 22, 2024, at 1 PM ET on Microsoft Teams. The discussion will focus on recent and upcoming regulatory actions proposed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
To register for this roundtable, complete the online form via Microsoft Virtual Events to receive a Microsoft Teams meeting link.
I. Welcome and introduction to the SBA Office of Advocacy
David Mullis, Assistant Chief Counsel, SBA Office of Advocacy
II. Open Roundtable Discussion of Recent and Upcoming FCC Proposals
SBA Advocacy is an independent government office responsible for advancing the views of small businesses in the regulatory policy across the federal government. We conduct roundtables to hear the experiences, challenges, and recommendations of small businesses, and identify alternative approaches for policy development at federal regulatory agencies. Our roundtables are largely held online, to facilitate the attendance of stakeholders from a diverse range of backgrounds, industries, and geographic regions.
Roundtable meetings are open to all interested persons and are intended to facilitate an open and frank discussion about issues of interest to small business. These meetings are off the record and not intended for press purposes. Direct quotations of presenters or attendees may not be used without direct written approval of the person(s) making the statement. All press inquiries should be sent to Chandler Baxter at email@example.com. Agendas and presentations are available to all. If you need accommodations for a disability to participate in the roundtable, please contact David Mullis for assistance.
Should you have any questions or require further information, please contact Assistant Chief Counsel David Mullis at David.Mullis@sba.gov.
Visit https://advocacy.sba.gov/category/regulation/regulatory-alerts/ to comment on important proposed regulations.