United, we can advance rural America and let policymakers and congressional leaders know how broadband strengthens and builds rural communities.

The ever-changing political climate makes it critical that Congress understand the needs of rural broadband providers and consumers. Take advantage of this opportunity to establish and refresh alliances with policymakers and their staff. Your visit to the Hill is a highly effective way to get your voice heard and to help shape the future of the community you serve.

Register today to convene with your peers in our nation’s capital for the NTCA 2018 Legislative & Policy Conference.

Speak out and speak up

  • Visit the Hill and update your elected officials on the direction of rural broadband.
  • Attend a networking breakfast with your peers, congressional staff and keynote speaker.
  • Present a united front and actively participate in the legislative process.
  • Enjoy an evening with the NTCA Rural Broadband PAC/RTAF as you visit the International Spy Museum.



Hotel + Travel

The Legislative & Policy Conference will take place at the Hyatt Regency Capitol Hill, in Washington, DC. 

Hotel rate: $336 per night, single/double
Hotel cutoff: March 2, 2018


Image International Spy Museum, location of the NTCA Rural Broadband PAC/RTAF Fundraising Event

NTCA Rural Broadband PAC/RTAF Fundraising Event

Cost: $125/per person
Monday April 16, 2018
6:45 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Join us for an evening at the International Spy Museum, the only public museum in the United States solely dedicated to the tradecraft, history, and contemporary role of espionage. Normally one of DC's most crowded attractions, we will be their exclusive guests during this after-hours event.  Following time at the museum,  attendees will return to the Hyatt for a spy-themed dessert reception.


This event is open to all conference attendees and benefits NTCA Rural Broadband PAC administrative fund, the Rural Telecommunications Administrative Fund (RTAF), and NTCA advocacy efforts.

For questions or information on sponsorship opportunities for this special event, please contact us at (703) 351-2033.

Things To Do in Washington, DC

Take in the rich history and significance of Washington, DC. Walk the halls of the Smithsonian museums, discover monuments and memorials, paddle on the Potomac River or sit back on a double-decker tour bus. However you spend your time here, make it count.

Video courtesy of Washington.org.


Thank You to Our Sponsors



  • Breakfast

  • Welcome Reception

  • Registration

  • Mobile App

  • Cocktails at Welcome Reception

  • Cocktails

  • Cocktails

  • Tuesday Happy Hour

  • Tote Bags

  • Lanyards

  • Hotel Key Cards

  • Pens


Refreshment Breaks Co-Sponsors

Interstate Telcom Consulting, Inc. (ITCI)

Mid America Computer Corp. (MACC)