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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

CTIA Statement on the 600 MHz Incentive Auction Blog Post

After the FCC released its blog post on the 600 MHz Incentive Auction, I said: “We appreciate the FCC’s release of an updated roadmap on next steps in the development of the 600 MHz Incentive Auction. As the FCC finalizes its timeline for this first-of-its-kind auction, we urge the Commission to conduct multiple mock auctions […]

CTIA Statement on the FCC’s Adoption of Eleventh Section 706 NOI on Deployment of Advanced Telecommunications Services

Following the FCC’s Adoption of Eleventh Section 706 NOI on Deployment of Advanced Telecommunications Services, I said: “We look forward to participating in the FCC’s upcoming Section 706 Inquiry into the deployment of broadband services. The U.S. leads the world in deployment of 4G LTE services, and by any measure, deployment of mobile broadband is ‘reasonable […]

CTIA Statement on the FCC’s Adoption of 600 MHz Incentive Auction Procedures Public Notice and Unlicensed Operations in TV Bands and 600 MHz Band Order

Following the FCC’s Adoption of 600 MHz Incentive Auction Procedures Public Notice and Unlicensed Operations in TV Bands and 600 MHz Band Order, I said:  “CTIA has long championed the 600 MHz Incentive Auction. It provides a critical opportunity to sustain America’s 4G LTE leadership in mobile broadband and meet the projected six-fold increase in consumer […]

CTIA Statement in Response to FCC Enforcement Bureau Field Office Closures

After the FCC Enforcement Bureau field office closures, I said: “Spectrum management and protection against interference have been core FCC roles since its creation in 1934. Today, these roles are more important than ever. Consumers value wireless services and carriers invest based on an expectation of no harmful interference. The Field Offices play a vital role in […]

Mobile Wireless Competition: The Proof is in the Numbers

This week, the record in the FCC’s Mobile Wireless Competition Report proceeding officially closes and it is an opportune time to take stock of a wireless marketplace that produces services and devices so compelling that 89% of Americans use them multiple times every day. After reviewing the initial round of comments, the facts speak for […]

CTIA Statement on the FCC June Open Meeting

After the FCC June Open Meeting, I said: “CTIA appreciates the Commission’s leadership in continuing to modernize and strengthen the federal Lifeline program. Wireless is a critical tool that enables Lifeline to support the public safety, health care, educational, occupational and other important communications for millions of low-income consumers. CTIA stands ready to work with […]

CTIA Files Comments to the FCC on Benefits of LTE-U and LAA

After CTIA filed comments to the FCC on benefits of LTE-U and LAA, I said: “We are pleased to file comments [PDF] today that explain the benefits of LTE-U and LAA, exciting new technologies poised to help wireless providers meet explosive demand for mobile broadband and enhance the consumer experience. Wi-Fi will continue to play […]

CTIA Statement on the FCC’s Decision on Field Offices

After the FCC’s decision on field offices, I said: “CTIA appreciates the attention of the Commission and the House Energy and Commerce Committee to the importance of interference protection in delivering mobile broadband services. We are pleased the Commission committed to keeping the majority of the field offices open and working with stakeholders on a mechanism for […]