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Intergovernmental Advisory Committee

The Intergovernmental Advisory Committee ("IAC"), formerly known as the Local and State Government Advisory Committee, was created in 1997 to provide guidance to the Commission on issues of importance to state, local and tribal governments, as well as to the Commission. The IAC is composed of 15 elected and appointed officials of municipal, county, state, and tribal governments. The IAC provides ongoing advice and information to the Commission on a broad range of telecommunications issues of interest to state, local and tribal governments, including cable and local franchising, public rights-of-way, facilities siting, universal service, broadband access, barriers to competitive entry, and public safety communications, for which the Commission explicitly or inherently shares responsibility or administration with local, county, state or tribal governments.

01/22/15 - 01/23/15 Meeting of Intergovernmental Advisory Committee

12/08/14 FCC Seeks Nominations for Two Vacancies on the Intergovernmental Advisory Committee. Public Notice: Word | PDF

11/24/14 - 11/25/14 Meeting of Intergovernmental Advisory Committee

07/14/14 - 07/15/14 Meeting of Intergovernmental Advisory Committee

photo of IAC July 2014 meeting
IAC July 2014 Meeting

06/06/14 Chairman Tom Wheeler Announces Intergovernmental Advisory Committee Members.

  • Public Notice Announcing Committee Members: Word | PDF | Text

10/29/13 FCC Announces The Reauthorization of the Intergovernmental Advisory Committee and Seeks Nominations.
Public Notice: Word || PDF

Updated: January 23, 2015

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