Press Releases


Today, the House Commerce Committee held a hearing to examine the issues involved in shifting key Internet domain name functions into global multi-stakeholder model.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – USTelecom announced today the addition of a new member to its government affairs department. Meagan Foster, a Director of Government Affairs at NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association, will become a Vice President for Government Affairs on April 7.
USTelecom sent a multi-association letter today urging House and Senate leaders to renew bonus depreciation for 2014, an effort that will provide “an immediate incentive for businesses to make additional capital investments, thereby boosting the U.S. economy and job creation.”
WASHINGTON, D.C. – USTelecom announced today it has hired a new member for its government affairs department.  Galen Roehl, a telecommunications and technology policy analyst for the U.S. Senate Republican Policy Committee, will become a Vice President for Government Affairs effective March 21st.
Last night, AT&T filed its IP transition trial plan with the Federal Communications Commission.
Today, House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dave Camp (R-MI) released a comprehensive discussion draft of legislation designed to update the nation’s tax code.
Today, the Federal Communications Commission proposed a multi-step process aimed at strengthening the commission’s ability to regulate Internet openness.
Today, the Obama Administration released the final version of a national framework for improving the security of the nation’s critical infrastructure, in response to Executive Order 13636 issued Feb. 12, 2013.
Today, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler outlined steps for modernizing the E-Rate program to help schools and libraries use the program more efficiently and improve access to high-speed connectivity.
Today, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) adopted an order setting out a staged voluntary process for carriers to test the transition of customers to new IP-based phone services, and collect information on the effect of the transition on the public.