FCC’s Gottheimer to Lead New Broadband Public/Private Initiative (3/7/12)
Wednesday, March 07, 2012 | Comments

FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski announced a new public/private initiative to drive collaboration among government and private sector entities, including nonprofit organizations, on broadband-related national priorities. This initiative will advance key broadband goals, including those outlined in the national broadband plan.

Genachowski appointed his senior counselor, Josh Gottheimer, to lead the initiative for the FCC. While Gottheimer’s primary focus will be on leading this initiative, he will continue to serve as the chairman’s senior counselor. Jordan Usdan will serve as deputy director of the public/private initiative.

The initiative builds on the commission’s efforts to encourage public/private initiatives to advance the country’s broadband goals, including a joint effort with mobile carriers on a new nationwide public-safety emergency alerting system.

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