Advocacy & Government Affairs

As a member of CCA's Regulatory and Government Affairs Committee, you can help bring about positive change.

Our Global Advocacy Partners

Member Advocacy by the Numbers

We’ve worked hard for our members, advocating on their behalf to bring about meaningful change to them and their businesses.

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Filings associated with the CCA

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Orders, notices, and other motions granted

Replies to CCA comments for the FCC

Member Benefits

Why Join the Regulatory and Government Affairs Group?

Access invaluable resources and activities that help affect global change, such as:
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Regular updates for Awareness

  • Communications industry newsletters
  • Webinars delivered by experts and officials
  • Bulletins on breaking news and deadlines
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Resources to take Action

  • Guidebooks on US, UK, EU, and Canada France, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, Norway, and Switzerland regulatory frameworks 
  • Comprehensive STIR/SHAKEN playbook 
  • E911 compliance requirements updates
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Opportunities for Advocacy

  • Task forces for shaping worldwide government affairs
  • Projects that help shape the industry
  • The opportunity to promote a more equitable regulatory fees
Spotlight

Member Advocacy Wins

Below is just one example of how our advocacy has yielded tangible results for our members.
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The Problem

The FCC attempted to block all U.S. numbers from calling overseas.
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The Action

The CCA Regulatory and Government Affairs group advocated for an extension for voice service providers that weren’t eligible to obtain an overseas calling certificate.
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The Result

The FCC acknowledged our concerns and granted an extension for voice service providers to obtain the required certificates.
Our blog
Implications of the Net Neutrality Order for CCA Members
The FCC is poised to once again classify broadband internet access service ...
Removal of BPO Innovate from the RMD
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has issued an order removing the ...
Robotext blocking; CRTC traceback rulemaking; FCC UK partnership
Robotext blocking – By September 3, 2024, mobile wireless providers must comply ...