Public Policy Dimensions of Universal Access

The PRP group's work in East Austin is motivated by a set of broader public policy concerns. Our five primary concerns revlove around the development and characteristics of the nation's telecommunications infrastructure, as well as the potential impact of information technology on low-income individuals and communities. These concerns are:

We do not believe that public policy is exclusively the domain of government. To accomplish these policy goals, both the public and private sectors will have to develop initiatives that address them in the context of local needs and realities.


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