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Innovation Priorities for the New Administration

December 15, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am

Hosted by the Technology Policy Institute and the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation

The new administration will have an opportunity to reevaluate policies that affect innovation and technological development. How can federal policies promote broadband buildout, spur investment in intelligent infrastructure, encourage research and development, and advance a host of other actions that have the potential to improve productivity and the U.S. economy? Join the Technology Policy Institute and the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation for a morning of expert panel discussions on how the incoming administration can accelerate the pace of innovation in the U.S. economy.

Event Contact: Harry Clapsis, 202-449-135, [email protected] or Ashley Benjamin, 202-828-4405, [email protected]
Press Contact: Amy Smorodin, 202-828-4405, [email protected]

AGENDA
8:00 am – 8:30 am: Registration

8:30 am – 8:45 am: Remarks by Robert Atkinson, ITIF

9:50 am – 10:00 am: Remarks by Scott Wallsten, TPI

8:45 am – 9:50 am: ICT and Internet Policy Priorities

Ambassador David Gross, Partner, Wiley Rein
Commissioner Maureen Ohlhausen, Federal Trade Commission
Shane Tews, Visiting Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
Robert Atkinson, President, ITIF (moderator)
10:00 am– 11:00 am: Telecommunications Policy Priorities

Carolyn Brandon, Senior Industry and Innovation Fellow Georgetown University McDonough School of Business
David Goldman, Chief Counsel for Communications, House Subcommittee on Communications and Technology
Thomas Hazlett, H.H. Macaulay Endowed Professor of Economics, Clemson University
Bryan Tramont, Managing Partner, Wilkinson Barker Knauer
Scott Wallsten, President and Senior Fellow, TPI (moderator)

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Date:
December 15, 2016
Time:
8:00 am - 11:00 am

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