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2004 Press Releases

Ultrawideband: Statement of Assistant Secretary Michael D. Gallagher on the FCC's Ultrawideband Action.
Posted 12-15-2004

President's Executive Memorandum: Statement of Assistant Secretary Michael D. Gallagher on the President's Executive Memorandum.
Posted 12-01-2004

Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP): Statement of Assistant Secretary Michael D. Gallagher on FCC's VOIP action.
Posted 11-09-2004

Telephone / Internet Electronic Numbering (ENUM): Statement of Assistant Secretary Michael D. Gallagher on ENUM developments.
Posted 10-29-2004

FCC Broadband Actions: Statement of Assistant Secretary Michael D. Gallagher on FCC broadband actions.
Posted 10-14-2004

2004 Outstanding Laboratory: The Federal Laboratory Consortium for Technology Transfer (FLC) has named NTIA's Institute for Telecommunication Sciences (ITS) as a 2004 Outstanding Laboratory.
Posted 08-27-2004

Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act: Statement of Assistant Secretary Michael D. Gallagher on the FCC's adoption of Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and Declaratory Ruling Regarding Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA).
Posted 08-04-2004

FCC Triennial Review Order: Statement by Assistant Secretary Michael D. Gallagher on the FCC's Order on Reconsideration of the Triennial Review Order.
Posted 08-04-2004

Federal Rights-of-Way: To promote broadband deployment by opening up access to federal lands for placement of advanced fiber and wireless technologies, the Commerce Department’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) has launched a central federal Web site with information about the rights-of-way permit process for telecommunications projects on federal lands.
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Posted 07-29-2004

Protocol Version 6 (IPv6): A Commerce Department task force studying Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6), a new industry-developed version of the Internet Protocol, will host a public meeting on July 28, 2004 to explore issues related to its deployment.
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Posted 07-29-2004

New Deputy Assistant Secretary: John Kneuer Named Deputy Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information.
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Posted 07-19-2004

Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN): Statement by Assistant Secretary Michael D. Gallagher on ICANN's July meeting In Kuala Lumpur.
Posted 07-19-2004

Spectrum Management Reform: NTIA has released two reports proposing innovative ways to better manage the nation’s crowded airwaves for the 21st Century.
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Posted 06-24-2004

kids.us Internet Domain: NTIA will host a half-day forum on Wednesday, July 14, to discuss the development of the .kids.us Internet domain.
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Posted 06-09-2004

DC Circuit Court Decision in USTA v FCC: Statement by Acting NTIA Administrator Michael D. Gallagher on Solicitor General’s Decision not to Appeal DC Circuit Court Decision.
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Posted 06-09-2004

Broadband Over Power Line (BPL): NTIA Files Comments with FCC on Broadband Over Power Line Systems
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Posted 06-04-2004

“Fiber-to-the-Home” for Multi-Unit Residences: NTIA Acts on President’s Call to Clear Out ‘Underbrush of Regulation’ Towards Broadband Deployment, Urges FCC to Clarify Definitions in “Fiber-to-the-Home” Rules for Residential “Multi-Unit Premises”
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Posted 04-29-2004

Broadband Over Power Lines (BPL): NTIA Report Lays Groundwork for Responsible Deployment Of Broadband Over Power Lines (BPL).
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Posted 04-27-2004

Interagency “Rights of Way” Report outlines reforms to facilitate wider broadband deployment. The report is posted in various formats at http://www.ntia.doc.gov/reports/fedrow/index.html
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Posted 04-26-2004

Commerce Department Announces China-U.S. Telecommunications Summit is set for June 17-19 in Chicago. Press Release:
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Posted 04-23-2004

Wireless sensor technologies will be explored at a U.S. Department of Commerce Forum on April 1, 2004 that addresses the current and potential uses of sensor technologies by both industry and government as well as the public policy implications of widespread deployment.
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Posted 03-05-2004

Acting Assistant Secretary Michael Gallagher and FCC Chairman Michael Powell Meet To Plan and Coordinate Spectrum Policy.
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Posted 02-27-2004

Newly Updated Radio Spectrum Frequency Allocations Chart Now Available
Posted 02-27-2004

Joseph Watson, Jr. Joins NTIA as Associate Administrator for the Office of Policy Analysis and Development.
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Posted 02-17-2004

Acting Assistant Secretary of Commerce Michael D. Gallagher commends FCC for favoring "innovation, not regulation" for new services such as VoIP.
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Posted 02-12-2004

Acting Assistant Secretary of Commerce Michael D. Gallagher "pleased that FCC is moving forward on broadband over power lines"
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Posted 02-12-2004

The Public Telecommunications Facilities Program (PTFP) has published a Federal Funding Opportunity Notice detailing the FY 2004 PTFP grant round application requirements and guidelines. The deadline for all applications is March 31, 2004.
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Posted 02-11-2004

NTIA has invited interested parties to file comments on an expansion of the 3650-3700 MHz band to unlicensed devices for wireless broadband applications such as WiFi while protecting federal operations in those bands from interference or other adverse effects. Comments are due on or before February 27, 2004.
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Posted 01-30-2004

NTIA has filed comments on the FCC's Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking on UWB supporting adoption of current FCC ultrawideband emission limits for all outdoor device applications, noting that restrictions on the pulse repetition frequency are unnecessary as long as the current emission limits for handheld devices are met.
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Posted 01-16-2004

A Commerce Department task force studying issues related to Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) has invited interested parties to file comments on the costs and benefits of a transition from I.P. version 4 to I.P. version 6. Comments are due 45 days after publication in the Federal Register.
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Posted 01-15-2004

Meredith Attwell joins NTIA as Senior Advisor to Acting Assistant Secretary Michael D. Gallagher.
Posted 01-07-2004


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