Frederick Moorefield

Acting Principal Director to the Deputy CIO for C4IIC DoD CIO

Moorefield worked with the White House and the Commerce Department to develop the first National Spectrum Strategy, which will help policymakers meet U.S. spectrum needs now and in the future. It will also help align the government’s research, development, testing and evaluation efforts. In addition, he oversees DOD’s complex $4.3 billion spectrum relocation and spectrum access research and development efforts. And he serves on the Defense Science Board, where he is studying the implications of next-generation 5G wireless technology. His colleagues say his unique mix of technical and diplomatic skills makes him an invaluable leader at DOD and across the government.

Main Day Conference 1

Thursday, January 30th, 2020

11:15 AM DoD Actions to Facilitate Spectrum Sharing

In order to align the Government's R&D and T&E efforts in the spectrum arena, the White House, DoD CIO and Commerce Department have worked hand in hand to develop the first National Spectrum Strategy. This spectrum-sharing strategy requires collaboration at the highest level between Federal agencies and industry, highlighting a need to define clear spectrum utilization strategies for today and the future.

- Framing the Warfighter IT environment: managing multiple systems, devices and networks
- Spectrum sharing and repurposing activities
- DoD 5G contributions and its impact on Military operations

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Frederick.

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