The First Technology Administration - What Will Mean For the Future of Communications?

Maura Corbett, Partner, Qorvis

Date: Thursday, March 5

Time: 8:45 - 9:15 AM

Location: Salon E

From the onset of his campaign through his election, President Obama has been a strong advocate of technology and communications. Not only did he talk about it, he used it - and in so doing, fundamentally changed the way candidates will campaign in the future.

Already, the President has made good on his word to stimulate the economy through the expansion of information and communications technology with a stimulus package that includes major investments and tax credits for broadband technologies and infrastructure.

But what will it look like in action? As communications, media and commerce continue to converge - in the US and globally - we are still stuck with a patchwork of laws and policies that govern each, and most of the time, not very well. We may not have all the answers but we certainly have the questions.

In a departure from the usual conference keynotes, please join us for an interactive discussion on the prospects for the future of communications and innovation in the first technology Administration.

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