707 allocations are at stake for Department of Defense when examining the NTIA report on clearing the 1755 - 1850 MHz spectrum of government allocations.
It is time to scale back on the generous allocation of spectrum to government. Simply moving government agencies from one prime spot below 3 GHz to another is actually a failure. With new communications technologies, agencies should also realize they serve the public by performing their roles to the best of their abilities, and these roles do not generally include network operations. We can and should allocate spectrum to spur commercial innovation that benefits consumers while ensuring the reliability of communications related to public safety and national security.