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Jeff Campbell

Vice President

The Americas of Global Government Affairs

Mr. Campbell is a member of the Board of Directors of the California Emerging Technologies Fund, the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, Arts + Labs and the Canadian American Business Council.

Prior to Cisco, Mr. Campbell headed the Washington government affairs office of Compaq Computer. Mr. Campbell began his career as a telecommunications regulatory attorney with the Washington, D.C. office of Squire, Sanders & Dempsey.

Mr. Campbell received his B.A. in History from Yale University and his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center.

Articles

November 7, 2019

HIGH TECH POLICY

Unlocking the Economic Advantages of Wi-Fi Through 6 GHz Band Access Has Broad Support

Today, Cisco, Apple, Boingo, Broadcom, Facebook, Google, HPE, Intel, Qualcomm, Sony and dozens of others applauding FCC Chairman Ajit Pai for his continued commitment to opening the 6 GHz band for Wi-Fi.

October 16, 2019

HIGH TECH POLICY

The Future of Wi-Fi Depends on Access to the 6GHz Band

Wi-Fi 6 is necessary to realizing the promise of the technology of tomorrow. And access to 6 GHz unlicensed spectrum is crucial to the future of our wireless infrastructure.

April 26, 2017

HIGH TECH POLICY

Statement of Cisco’s VP of Government Affairs Jeff Campbell On FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s Vision for Updated Net Neutra …

“FCC Chairman Ajit Pai today laid out his vision for revising net neutrality policy.  The proposal will review what is needed to protect consumers and prevent anti-competitive behavior, while rolling back Title II reclassification, which has inhibited investment. The balanced approach Commissioner Pai unveiled will encourage new investments in broadband networks and speed the development […]

June 14, 2016

HIGH TECH POLICY

Statement of Cisco’s VP of Government Affairs Jeff Campbell on DC Circuit’s Net Neutrality Ruling

“Cisco is disappointed in the DC Circuit’s decision to uphold the FCC’s open Internet rules. We believe in an open Internet and that balanced rules to protect consumers and prevent anti-competitive behavior are necessary and appropriate.  But uncertain regulation under Title II, as provided for by the FCC and upheld by this court, diminishes the […]

October 29, 2015

HIGH TECH POLICY

Statement from Jeff Campbell Congratulating Paul D. Ryan On Becoming Speaker of the House

On behalf of Cisco, let me congratulate Paul D. Ryan on becoming Speaker of the House. Over his tenure on Capitol Hill, Congressman Ryan has a proven track record of...

February 26, 2015

HIGH TECH POLICY

Cisco Statement on FCC Decision to Regulate the Internet

“When the FCC Chairman’s office originally unveiled open Internet rules last year, Cisco cheered the proposal, because we support an open Internet and believe that balanced rules that protect consumers and prevent anti-competitive behavior are necessary and appropriate. Unfortunately, the rules adopted by the FCC today bear little resemblance to the original proposal. They impose […]

December 11, 2014

HIGH TECH POLICY

Statement of Jeff Campbell on FCC’s Order to Increase Funding for E-Rate

Today’s decision by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to increase funding for E-Rate represents a giant leap forward in fulfilling the goal of connecting every classroom in America to high-speed wireless Internet in the next five years. This is a truly landmark decision, the effects of which will be felt for a generation.  Not only […]

November 12, 2014

HIGH TECH POLICY

Statement of Jeff Campbell on Open Internet Rules

Cisco supports an open Internet and believes that the FCC should adopt balanced rules without imposing the draconian regulatory requirements known as Title II. Heavy-handed regulation under Title II could significantly inhibit new investments in broadband networks and limit new innovation and business models. Consumers should have access to all legal Internet content.  But overly […]

November 11, 2014

HIGH TECH POLICY

Statement of Jeff Campbell on ITA Expansion

“The agreement between the United States and China to expand the scope of the Information Technology Agreement represents a major breakthrough in the global trade agenda. This agreement is expected to eliminate duties on over 200 information and communications technology (ICT) product categories, representing approximately $1 trillion in annual global ICT sales. Now that the […]