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Early-Bird ends March 6
Keep Rural Broadband Front and Center
Rural broadband providers are making their way to representatives in the U.S. Capitol this spring to advocate for policies that support rural network deployment efforts in their communities. Board members, executives and key employees share a vested interest in sound telecommunications legislation and regulatory policies. Show your commitment by joining your peers in our nation’s capital for the NTCA Legislative + Policy Conference.
We see bipartisan support in Washington for rural broadband deployment, but decision makers need your expertise and guidance. NTCA is here to connect you with policy and regulatory experts and help you begin conversations on the Hill that you can carry back to your communities through grassroots efforts.
What to Expect
Sunday, April 19 (4:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m.)
Monday, April 20 (8:00 a.m.–6:30 p.m.)
Regulatory and Legislative Program
Congressional Staff Panel
Grassroots Advocacy Training
Review of Asks for Hill Meetings
NTCA Rural Broadband PAC/RTAF Event
Tuesday, April 21 (8:00 a.m.–6:30 p.m.)
Commence Hill and Agency Visits
Debriefing Happy Hour with NTCA
Check back, full programming coming soon.
NTCA Rural Broadband PAC/RTAF Presents
Evening at the Museum of the Bible
Monday, April 20
6:45 p.m.–9:00 p.m.
One of Washington, DC’s newest and most dazzling attractions, the Museum of the Bible is a must see for anyone visiting the capital. Join NTCA Rural Broadband PAC/RTAF for an evening at the museum that will include exclusive access to “The Impact of the Bible” exhibits, dining and dessert stations, and transportation.
This event is open to all attendees and benefits NTCA Rural Broadband PAC’s administrative fund, the Rural Telecommunications Administrative Fund (RTAF), and NTCA advocacy efforts.
For event questions or information on sponsorship opportunities, please contact NTCA Advocacy Programs Manager Michelle Ly 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.
The Legislative + Policy Conference will take place at the Hyatt Regency Washington on Capitol Hill.