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ABOUT NATOA

The National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors is a non-profit professional organization serving local governments and regional authorities in the development, regulation, and administration of cable franchises and other telecommunications systems.

Its major objectives are to:
• Develop an effective national voice for local government during critical legislative and legal actions regarding telecommunications;
• Inform the membership of legislative, judicial regulatory and technical developments that impact local government regulation of telecommunications;
• Sponsor educational conferences and training seminars on telecommunications and cable issues in order to share information and experiences on what other local governments are doing in franchising and planning;
• Provide information and technical assistance to its membership in complying with FCC filings and rules;
• Advocate consumer-friendly policies for public and private telecommunications users;
• Foster an internal network among members facing franchise renewals, transfers, lawsuits, rate issues, policy development and planning.

The National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors
1800 Diagonal Road, Suite 495
Alexandria, VA  22314
(703) 519-8035
(703) 519-8036 Fax

info@natoa.org

About the States of California & Nevada Chapter (SCAN)

The States of California & Nevada Chapter of NATOA builds on the services provided by the national office by offering training, networking, and information on telecommunication issues "closer to home."

Benefits include:
• Five local seminars each year on cable and telecommunications issues;
• Annual conference;
• Networking opportunities with other telecommunications officers and industry representatives;
• Up-to-date information on FCC rules and guidelines;
• Annual Programming Awards that recognize the efforts of Chapter jurisdictions for providing quality local programming.
• A Web Site;
• A list serve to allow you to ask questions and gain insight on regional telecommunications issues;
• Discounts at Chapter events.

 

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