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Instead of building a costly training center, the USTTI offers its tuition-free training in corporate and federal training facilities, laboratories, television stations and studios that are volunteered for USTTI training across the United States. Within these training facilities, USTTI participants receive first-hand exposure to the latest technologies. The photos below, were taken during a variety of hands-on USTTI training sessions and demonstrate the opportunity that USTTI participants have to interact with cutting-edge technologies and with their colleagues from around the world.

2010 Training Year
Chairman Siray A. Timbo of Sierra Leone's National Telecommunications Commission (NATCOM) visited the USTTI for a special Chairman's briefing January 13 - 15, 2010. Over the course of three days in Washington, Chairman Timbo met with USTTI Board members to discuss the regulatory issues facing NATCOM today. Chairman Timbo's briefings with some of Washington's top ICT experts offered an advantageous perspective that will complement his and Sierra Leonean President Koroma's dedication to enlightened and corruption-free ICT policy.
Twenty-four Caribbean Ministers and Regulators attended a Caribbean Ministerial Briefing Seminar at the USTTI in Washington, DC. Over the course of three days these officials were briefed by the leading federal government and private industry experts on topics ranging from spectrum management and ICT policy development to transparency and policies for promoting local autonomy in the ICT environment. Pictured above, officials from Belize, Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Haiti, Jamaica, St. Kitts and Nevis, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and The Grenadines, Suriname and Trinidad pose for a photo with USTTI Chairman Michael R. Gardner (third from right, front row) and Bernadette Lewis (seated, center), Secretary General for the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU).
Peter Pitsch, Director of Communications Policy for Intel Corporation, visited the USTTI during a Caribbean Ministerial Briefing Seminar for 24 Caribbean Ministers and Regulators. Mr. Pitsch discussed the important role that transparency plays shaping successful ICT policies that will promote growth and development, and he utilized his experience throughout the developing world to emphasize the benefits of implementing a strong national broadband plan.
Representatives from the FCC and NTIA briefed Ministers and regulators from 13 Caribbean countries during the three day Caribbean Ministerial Briefing Seminar. Meredith Attwell Baker, one of five Commissioners from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), wrapped up the first day of training with a lively discussion of the FCC's recent ICT initiatives, focusing on several policy success stories that can act as models for the Caribbean.
One of the highlights of the USTTI's Caribbean Ministerial Briefing Seminar was a visit from Lawrence E. Strickling, Assistant Secretary for Communications and Information and Administrator for the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) of the US Department of Commerce. As the principle advisor to the President of the United States on telecommunications policy, Administrator Strickling presented a one-of-a-kind spectrum management perspective to 24 ministers and regulators from the Caribbean.
Dale Hatfield's presentation on the efficient allocation and use of spectrum was one of the highlights of the two and half day Caribbean Ministerial Briefing Seminar. Professor Hatfield, Executive Director of Silicon Flatirons Center for Law, Technology and Entrepreneurship at the University of Colorado, is widely regarded as the top spectrum expert in the United States. Professor Hatfield presents his spectrum discussion annually during Silicon Flatirons' Management course, and it remains one of the most effective briefings available on the subject of spectrum management.
Bryan Tramont, Managing Partner for the Law firm of Wilkinson Barker Knauer, shares his communications law and regulatory experience with 24 Caribbean Ministers and Regulators during USTTI's Caribbean Ministerial Briefing Seminar, held in Washington, DC, March 29 - 31. Mr. Tramont is one of the top communications legal advisors in the country, with extensive experience working in the both the public and private sectors, including service at the FCC.
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