Carriers Warm to Idea of FCC Reform

Rockwell, Mark
November 2005
Wireless Week;11/1/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 22, p11
Trade Publication
Reports on the reaction of wireless carriers to the proposed establishment of a homeland security and public safety bureau at the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Concerns raised on how the bureau would operate and coordinate with the network operations of carriers; Advantages of coordinating emergency response efforts with the FCC to carriers; Wireless companies that support the proposal.


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