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The NTCA 2019 Telecom Executive Policy Summit is the place for up-to-the-minute industry briefings and opportunities to share your stories directly with policymakers and regulators. Rural broadband is your business and decision makers need to hear what you have to say.  

Join your fellow executives from rural telcos and the solution provider community to stay current with discussions in Washington and help advance an awareness of rural issues by taking your seat at the table in congressional and agency offices. 

Keep the conversation going by attending this event and telling your story. Hear and be heard. 

  • Get briefed on the current political scene and specific policy developments. 
  • Meet with peers and find out how the regulatory scene is taking shape. 
  • Represent your community as an advocate for change. 

This exclusive event is for rural telecom executives and solution provider partners.  



Rep. Dusty Johnson (R–SD) Rep. Robert Latta (R–OH) Rep. Tom O'Halleran (D–AZ)
Christopher Krebs
Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, Department of Homeland Security
Kim Hart
Managing Editor
Jessica Rosenworcel


Special Event

The Suite Life With the Washington Capitals

Monday, November 18
7:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.
Cost:  $225/per person

Cheer on the 2018 Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals hockey team (C-A-P-S! CAPS! CAPS! CAPS!) as they take on the Anaheim Ducks. Enjoy a bird’s eye view of the action as well as dinner and drinks in a suite at Capitol One Arena. Come see and experience why Washington DC is ALL CAPS!

Please note: Transportation is not included. Attendees are encouraged to take the WMATA metro rail, taxi or an app-based ride sharing service to the game. 

This event is open to all Telecom Executive Policy Summit attendees and benefits the NTCA Rural Broadband PAC’s administrative fund, the Rural Telecommunications Administrative Fund (RTAF) and NTCA advocacy efforts.

For questions or information on sponsorship opportunities, 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.

Book Your Hotel

The NTCA 2019 Telecom Executive Policy Summit will take place at Kimpton Hotel Palomar


Fall Legal Seminar

November 20-21
Georgetown Marriott | Washington, DC
New This Year

Early Bird Registration Deadline: August 30

Make the most of your trip to the Nation's Capital as industry movers and shakers discuss the impact of ever-evolving federal and state regulations. This is an excellent opportunity to network with telecom professionals, earn CLE credits (up to 13.5 hours), and develop a better understanding of the legal issues facing your clients.


This event is in partnership with Womble Bond and Dickinson.

2019 Foundation for Rural Service Fundraiser at Fall Legal Seminar

Wednesday, November 20
7:00 p.m.–9:30 p.m.
Cost: $225/ per person*


Join the Foundation for Rural Service (FRS) for a fun, elegant evening at the George Town Club, just a 20 minute walk or 6 minute drive from the Kimpton Hotel Palomar. All proceeds of this event support FRS programming, including scholarships for rural youth, community grants and valuable educational tools for consumers and policymakers. Your ticket purchase includes transportation, wine, a delicious 3-course dinner, and live entertainment, Georgetown Chimes, Georgetown University's oldest and only all-men acapella group.

Located in the DC's historic Georgetown neighborhood, the George Town Club occupies one of the few remaining 18th century frame buildings and is believed to have been John Suter’s Tavern, circa 1783, where President George Washington, Surveyor Andrew Ellicott, and then Architect of the Capitol, Major Pierre L’Enfant, met to plan the city that would become Washington, DC. This exclusive club is a warm and elegant space to experience quintessential Washington, DC. 

Dress code: please note that denim and casual dress are not allowed at the George Town Club.

*$50 of the price is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.


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  • Hotel Keycards + Cocktails

  • Refreshment Break

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  • Welcome Reception

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  • Continental Breakfast

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