Anne Veigle

The success of public broadband is a mixed record, with numerous examples of failures — from St. Cloud, Fla.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) needs to promptly move forward to finalize universal service high-cost mechanisms for both price cap and rate-of-return carriers,
Congress should refrain from a “prescriptive interconnection regime,” and work toward policies aimed at protecting consumers regardless of technology or platform used in delivering comm
The telecom industry has spent enormous sums and made great progress in bringing broadband to rural America, but more can and should be done USTelecom Vice President David Cohen told the House Agri
USTelecom Vice President Kevin Rupy provided an update on the latest technologies consumers can use
It is time to move the communications industry away from the patchwork quilt of regulations that depends “more on a company’s lineage than on today’s marketplace realities,”
Government and industry officials are deriving a good amount of value from the National Cybersecurity Framework in the three months since its release, panelists said at a USTelecom National Cyberse
Regulating broadband Internet access as a Title II common carrier service could threaten the continued expansion of broadband investment and improvement of service, USTelecom said in a letter sent
The 1996 Telecommunications Act created a unique regulatory framework for local phone companies, one that has remained largely intact despite investments and innovation in new technologies and serv