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Scott Bergmann

As Vice President, Scott Bergmann is responsible for coordinating the association's regulatory policy advocacy since July 2013. He has been at CTIA since April 2009, when he joined as Assistant Vice President of Regulatory Affairs.

Bergmann joined CTIA after having served as Senior Legal Advisor in the Office of FCC Commissioner Jonathan Adelstein. Prior to his service in Commissioner Adelstein’s office, Bergmann served as Legal Counsel to the Bureau Chief and then Deputy Chief of Policy for the Commission’s Wireline Competition Bureau. Bergmann began his tenure at the Commission as an Attorney-Advisor with the Industry Analysis Division in the Common Carrier Bureau.

Bergmann holds a Bachelor of Arts from Duke University and a Juris Doctor from the University of Southern California Law Center.

Twitter: @CTIAsbergmann

That Didn’t Take Long …

The FCC has yet to release the Net Neutrality Order and we are already seeing in the New York Times mobile providers around the globe trying to capitalize on the expected loss of investment and innovation in the U.S. wireless market. In a sadly foreseeable development, reports surfaced that European telecom executives believe that the […]

Mobile Voice: A Case Study in Regulation

American consumers have embraced mobile broadband, with 55% of all Internet traffic flowing over wireless networks, and for good reason: mobile wireless providers invest, compete, innovate, and deliver an open Internet experience. The explosion of robust mobile broadband networks and dizzying array of mobile apps and content has emerged under a deregulatory framework originally set […]

CTIA Statement on the FCC’s 2015 Broadband Progress Report

Following the release of the FCC’s 2015 Broadband Progress report, I said: “The facts demonstrate that the U.S. wireless industry continues to lead the world in mobile broadband deployment. CTIA believes that advanced communications capability is being deployed in a reasonable and timely fashion and that mobile broadband is an important component of the broadband […]

Mobile Broadband: A Story of Dynamism and Transformation

This holiday season offered yet another reminder of innovative wireless products and mobile broadband empower our increasingly connected life. Holiday shopping lists were filled with mobile offerings to improve our health, track our finances, and connect our homes and cars. And we didn’t just give and receive presents that feature the latest mobile technologies. Consumers […]

Section 332: The Congressional Bar Against Common Carrier Treatment of Mobile Broadband

While CTIA and its members strongly believe in an open Internet, any new rules need to rest on a solid legal foundation. With reports that the FCC will take action next month, it is important to highlight once again that the legal path the Commission takes matters. As we explained in an in-depth legal analysis […]

CTIA Statement on the FCC’s CMRS Report

Following the release of the FCC’s CMRS report, I said: “The FCC’s report yet again proves that America’s wireless users enjoy a variety of choices, from carriers to service plans to devices. According to both the FCC’s report released today and more recent figures on the competitive landscape of America’s wireless industry, 97 percent of […]

CTIA Statement After the December FCC Open Meeting

Following the FCC’s December Open Meeting, I said: “Spectrum is key to the continued success of the mobile wireless ecosystem in the U.S., which is why the 600 MHz auction procedures must be structured in a way to provide bidders in the forward auction with transparency and confidence. We look forward to reviewing the details of […]

AWS-3 Auction Success: Reserve Price Met

Yesterday was a banner day for ensuring the continued leadership of America in mobile broadband services. The FCC’s AWS-3 spectrum auction blew past the $10.07 billion reserve price for the spectrum licenses in just 4 days of bidding. Last reported, the auction has so far received more than 800 bids, and provisional bids reached more than $16.4 […]