Broadband Infrastructure in the Twenty-First Century
Mattey Consulting LLC provides strategic and public policy advisory services to broadband providers, governmental agencies, non-profit organizations, and other entities active in the telecommunications arena.
Carol Mattey testified before the U.S. Senate Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, Innovation, and the Internet on “The Impact of Broadband Investments in Rural America” on March 12.
The Aspen Institute has published a report written by Carol summarizing the 33rd Annual Aspen Institute Conference on Communications Policy.
NRRI has published Carol's critique of Joe Gillan's paper "Lessons from the CAF II Auction and the Implications for Rural Broadband Deployment and the IP Transition."
The Connect America Fund provides $4.5 billion annually in federal funding to subsidize the cost of broadband service, fixed and mobile, in rural areas of the country that are expensive to serve. Carol Mattey led FCC initiatives to create and implement the Connect America Fund.