April and May FCC Webinar Series

The USTTI is proud to bring you a series of webinars sponsored by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).


This course, comprised of approximately sixteen webinars, is the virtual version of the Federal Communications Commission’s bedrock course, “Spectrum Management in the Civil Sector”.

This course will provide information for the national civilian telecommunications spectrum manager that will enable the making of logical spectrum-related decisions that are well-grounded in basic technical procedures. Participants will receive instruction from senior FCC staff in Washington, D.C., and Columbia, Maryland.

Information will be provided on (1) the development of sound civilian telecommunications policy; (2) public sector telecommunications law; (3) national telecommunications rules and regulations; (4) elements and use of radio, television, wireline, or fiber optic carrier, and the satellite carrier licensee databases; (5) criteria for the assignment of frequency authorizations in both national and international communications services; and (6) the general methodology for approval of transmitting and radiating equipment.

UPCOMING NEXT – Tuesday April 16, 2024 10 am EST – Spectrum Management in the Civil Sector – FCC/NTIA Coordination

This webinar will outline information on the United States Government separation of powers, and the unique bifurcated system of spectrum management in the United States. Provided will be a background and responsibilities of both the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that controls the public sector spectrum and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) which manages the Federal spectrum. Discussion will be lead by Jamison Prime, Associate Chief in the FCC’s Office of Engineering and Technology.

Register Here:https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_KdsfiMdxQHuqQBmfJd9Uag


NEW – Thursday April 18, 2024 10am EST – Effective Spectrum Management: Making Law and Technology Meet

This webinar will provide insight into the legal principles and requirements that must be followed when conducting spectrum management activities in the United States. Continuing the discussion of the bifurcated system of spectrum management in the United States with the FCC and NTIA, additional background on the different histories, organizational structures, and legal authorities and powers given to the FCC and NTIA will be examined. The interdepartmental work by the two agencies is vital in developing an implementing the U.S. spectrum policy. Focus on the process will be conveyed in addition to the variables that are considered before policy is passed into law.

Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xsmeG3MNQ7Ko1y279YnPWg