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UTC Applauds Senate Committee Approval of Confirmation of Alan Davidson to Lead NTIA

UTC Applauds Senate Committee Approval of Confirmation of Alan Davidson to Lead NTIA

The following statement may be attributed to UTC President & CEO Sheryl Osiene-Riggs.

“I fully support today’s vote by the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation to advance the nomination of Alan Davidson as Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration, Department of Commerce to the Senate floor for a full vote. Mr. Davidson’s diverse background in public service and the private sector make him the ideal leader for NTIA at a crucial time. If confirmed by the Senate, Mr. Davidson will be the first Senate-confirmed leader in over two years, and we look forward to working with him as NTIA administers $42 billion for faster broadband services to underserved and unserved areas, another $1 billion for middle-mile broadband infrastructure deployment and $2 billion for broadband services in tribal areas as part of the overall $65 billion for broadband in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act.“

“UTC is looking forward to Mr. Davidson’s speedy confirmation by the Senate and working with him to eliminate the digital divide and promote access to reliable, robust, and affordable broadband services. Utilities around the country are leading the way to deploy broadband infrastructure or provide broadband services in unserved and underserved areas, and UTC stands ready to assist NTIA with providing broadband to Americans on an equitable and inclusive basis.  UTC is also excited to collaborate with NTIA to provide access to a sufficient and suitable spectrum for electric, gas, and water utilities and other critical infrastructure industries. ”

“UTC also expresses its appreciation for the leadership of Acting NTIA Administrator Evelyn Remaley and we are ready to continue our productive working relationship.”


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