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  • Wireless Spectrum Research
    and Development (WSRD)

    WSRD SSG Workshop VI
    Federal - Commercial Spectrum Data:
    Understanding Information Exchange Needs, Issues and Approaches
    October 21, 2014
    National Science Foundation, Arlington, VA


    WSRD SSG: Federal-Commercial Spectrum Data

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WSRD SSG Workshop VI: Federal - Commercial Spectrum Data

Understanding Information Exchange Needs, Issues and Approaches

National Science Foundation
Stafford I-1235
4201 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, Va.
October 21, 2014
8:00AM-5:30PM




Agenda

8:00 AM Continental Breakfast


8:30 AM Welcome and Introductions: Byron Barker, NTIA; Rangam Subramanian, NTIA


8:45 AM Keynote: Shawn Chang, Chief Democratic Counsel, House Energy and Commerce Committee


9:00 AM Keynote: Fred Moorefield, Director, Spectrum Policy and Programs, Department of Defense, Chief Information Office


9:20 AM Introduction to the Workshop Sessions: Dan Mintz


9:25 AM Background Issues with Data Sharing: Mark Gibson, Comsearch


9:30 AM Session I: Collecting and Sharing Data: Purpose, Uses, and Issues: Moderated by Pierre de Vries, Silicon Flatirons Presenters: Neeti Tandon, AT&T; Mark Johnson, Navy; Linda Doyle, Trinity College Dublin;


10:45 AM Break


11:00 AM Session II: Data Sharing and Obfuscation: State-of-the-Art Technologies and Research Needs: Moderated by John Chapin, DARPA Presenters: Jeff Boksiner, Army; Jerry Park, Virginia Tech; John Chapin


12:30 PM Lunch


1:30 PM Session III: Security of Data Storage, Access, and Real-time Delivery: Issues, Framework, and Obstacles: Moderated by Wade Trappe, Rutgers Presenters: Wade Trappe; Howard McDonald, DISA; Stacy Prowell, ORNL


3:00 PM Break


3:15 PM Session IV: Enforcement, Building Trust and Win-Win Collaboration: Principles, Framework and Next Steps: Moderated by Mark Gibson Presenters: Pierre de Vries; Tom Taylor, OSD; Steve Sharkey, T-Mobile


4:45 PM Break


5:00-5:30 PM Session V: Summary and Conclusions: Moderated by Dan Mintz; Anant Sahai, Berkeley; Rangam Subramanian, NTIA



Workshop Planning Committee