From Communications Daily:

The MOU is “a long needed update to promote cooperation and coordination between these two important spectrum expert agencies,” said Jonathan Cannon, R Street Institute fellow-technology and innovation. “It’s imperative they balance the need of both federal and government spectrum to ensure a robust spectrum pipeline in the future,” he said: “There is only so much these two agencies can do alone, and hopefully Congress and other executive agencies will work with the FCC and NTIA to avoid some of the recent spectrum disagreements from happening in the future.

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