(April 16) ITTA Raises Concerns Regarding FCC’s Proposed Changes to the Connect America Fund Program

(April 16) ITTA and Other Industry Associations Urge FCC to Extend Separations Freeze

(April 7) ITTA Urges FCC to Continue E-rate Support for Traditional Voice Services

(March 31) ITTA Applauds FCC Efforts to Reform Retransmission Consent

(March 31) ITTA Files Comments on FCC Rural Broadband Experiments

(March 31) ITTA and USTelecom Urge FCC to Phase-In the 2014 Rate Floor Increase

(March 21) ITTA Provides FCC Further Details Regarding Alternative Regulation Plan for Rate-of-Return Carriers

(March 11) ITTA and Other Industry Associations Request Delay in Implementation of the 2014 Rate Floor

(March 11) ITTA and USTelecom Reiterate Need for Narrow Relief from the Rural Call Completion Rules

(March 10) ITTA and Other Industry Associations Advocate FCC Regulatory Fee Reform


The Independent Telephone and Telecommunications Alliance (ITTA) was formed in 1994 to serve as a voice for mid-size telephone companies in Washington, DC. ITTA's members provide users with a broad range of high-quality wireline and wireless voice, data, Internet and video telecommunications services to consumers in 44 states.

The Voice of Mid-Size Carriers

ITTA serves as the voice of mid-size carriers, providing communications services to consumers in 44 states. ITTA's focus on broadband and vital communications services has been presented at numerous national, regional, and state industry conferences. In 2010, ITTA has presented at the: National Council of State Telecom Executives (NCSTAE); National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC); Mid-America Regulatory Commissioners (MARC) Conference; OCCAM Networks Users Group Conference; Maine Telephone Association; Nevada Telephone Association; Oklahoma Telephone Association; Pennsylvania Telephone Association; Texas Statewide Telephone Cooperative; and, the Broadband Expo.

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