Governor Schwarzenegger Announces Appointments to the Broadband Task Force
Nov 30, 2006 News Release
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger today announced appointments to the
Broadband Task Force. The Broadband Task Force will bring together
public and private stakeholders to remove barriers to broadband access,
identify opportunities for increased broadband adoption and enable the
creation and deployment of new advanced communication technologies. In
October, the Governor signed an Executive Order to clear the government
red tape for expanding broadband networks and to create the Broadband
Task Force, which was expanded to 21 members earlier this month.
"California is number one in so many different things, whether it is
biotechnology, stem cell research, protecting our environment, creating
jobs or our university system. The Golden State must remain competitive
in the telecommunication revolution so that we can continue to attract
the best, the brightest and the most creative workforce in the world,"
said Governor Schwarzenegger. "Broadband will help build California so
we can grow our economy, create great jobs and stay ahead in the global
Ellis Berns, Rachelle Chong, William Geppert, Charles Giancarlo, Paul
Hernandez, William Huber, Christine Kehoe, Wendy Lazarus, Lloyd Levine,
Michael Liang, Bryan Martin, Timothy McCallion, Sunne Wright McPeak,
Milo Medin, Peter Pardee, Peter Pennekamp, Debra Richardson, Rollin
Richmond, Larry Smarr, Jonathan Taplin and Emy Tseng have all been
appointed to the Boradband Board.
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