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Brendan Carr
Commissioner - Federal Communications Commission
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Brendan Carr Feb 23
Enjoyed my trip to Mississippi with earlier this week. Great discussion about creating jobs & expanding opportunities. Here's a wrap up:
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Evan Swarztrauber Feb 23
. discusses Internet Freedom, getting , and other topics on
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Brendan Carr Feb 23
And by 12:40 I mean sometime soon.
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Brendan Carr Feb 23
Look forward to joining some of my fellow FCC Commissioners for a talk at 12:40PM.
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Brendan Carr Feb 22
Glad to vote in favor of innovation at the FCC. After years of inaction, we propose to move quickly on petitions seeking to deploy new technologies & services. Commonsense vote for entrepreneurship.
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Brendan Carr Feb 22
Looking forward to this morning's 10:30 FCC open meeting:
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Brendan Carr Feb 20
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A small deployment on Pelahatchie's City Hall is used to provide broadband to the Police Station across the street & downtown businesses.
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Brendan Carr Feb 20
Visited Pelahatchie, Mississippi today & got the chance to see a small wireless facility deployment bringing gigabit speeds to the community. Residents moved in after learning they had high-speed Internet access.
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Brendan Carr Feb 20
Thanks to for the demo of high-speed 5G wireless service in Mississippi. Appreciated the discussuon w/ about their efforts to connect the many rural parts of the state & how 5G can help! One key is streamlining the costly permitting & approval process.
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Brendan Carr Feb 20
Connecting rural communities with Telehealth & improving outcomes, including for diabetes patients in the Mississipi Delta Enjoyed meeting w/ Univ of Mississippi Medical Center
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Brendan Carr Feb 20
Great discussion with Mississippi Coding Academy 1,100 coding jobs available in Mississippi Enjoyed talking Internet freedom & the good-paying jobs and opportunities in tech & telecom
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Evan Swarztrauber Feb 20
"People want better, faster Internet. They also want jobs...Telecom policy at the can help create jobs in part by spurring greater broadband deployment. Those are good-paying jobs." - Listen to the full interview with here:
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Brendan Carr Feb 20
Thanks to for hosting the Jobs Roundtable at Jackson State in Mississippi yesterday. Apprenticeship programs + broadband deployment efforts can create jobs & grow the economy for all Americans.
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The App Association Feb 20
The growth and success of the economy depends on access to & access to skilled workers. Kudos to and for raising awareness of the and the :
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Senator Roger Wicker Feb 19
Today, Commissioner and I met with students from the Coding Academy in Jackson.
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Evan Swarztrauber Feb 19
Watch talk , Internet freedom, and modernizing media regs on
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Katie McAuliffe Feb 19
Apprenticeships provide a unique opportunity for workers to “earn as they learn,” combining education with on-the-job training.
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Senator Roger Wicker Feb 19
Enjoyed speaking with tech leaders at with Commissioner .
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Joe Kane Feb 19
. and argue promoting broadband deployment and on-the-job education are key to future productivity.
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Brendan Carr Feb 19
Great day in Jackson, Mississippi. Will join this morning for a jobs roundtable. Lot of opportunity for tech & telecom policies to create jobs in the Magnolia State.
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