Gregory Guice

Senior Vice President, Federal Public Affairs

Washington, DC

+1 202 857 2916


Greg Guice focuses his practice on legislative and regulatory matters that affect the full spectrum of today’s communications and information technology markets.

Greg helps companies develop strategies to navigate obstacles that arise for businesses whose technologies face legislative and regulatory actions. Greg’s more than two decades of telecom/technology experience, as a regulatory attorney at the Federal Communications Commission and as Counsel on the House Energy and Commerce Committee, provides a deep understanding of the legislative and regulatory processes businesses face as they innovate in the connected economy. Greg assists clients and advises on issues including autonomous vehicles (land and air), spectrum policy, urban transportation, privacy, universal service, broadband connectivity and affordability, artificial intelligence and competition policy. Greg's representative work includes:

  • Provided clients strategic advice on matters before Congress, Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Federal Trade Commission (FTC), National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), Rural Utilities Service (RUS), Department of Transportation (DOT).
  • Worked with clients to address autonomous vehicle legislation and proposed regulatory changes, spectrum allocation and auction bidding, drafting GDPR and US privacy policies, universal service reforms, net neutrality, merger review before the FCC, automotive sector compliance with DOT and FCC requirements, and TCPA.
  • Served as the Director of Legislative Affairs for the FCC and assisted the Chairman and staff in developing and promoting Commission policies on Capitol Hill, including providing Capitol Hill staff briefings and educational opportunities.
  • Served as counsel to Chairman Waxman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, advising him and senior committee staff on policies affecting the telecommunications and technology market, ranging from universal service reform to enhanced broadband access and adoption, net neutrality, online and network privacy, spectrum policy, public safety and cybersecurity.
  • Served in various roles within the FCC drafting and advising on rulemaking proceedings for FCC chairs and other commissioners on complex regulatory matters that spanned the communications and technology sectors, including spectrum policy and auctions, Universal Service Fund (USF) programs, Broadband regulation, including net neutrality and wireline and wireless deployment, privacy and data protection, public safety and E-911 requirements.

Co-chair, Federal Communications Bar Association Legislative Committee

Pro Bono Attorney, Washington DC Bar Clinic

Director of Office of Legislative Affairs, Federal Communications Commission

Counsel to the Subcommittee on Communications, Technology, and the Internet, House Energy and Commerce Committee

Senior Attorney Advisor, Wireline Competition Bureau, Federal Communications Commission

Assistant Division Chief, Wireless Telecommunications Bureau, Public Safety and Critical Infrastructure Division, Federal Communications Commission


District of Columbia



Executive and Legislative Affairs

Intergovernmental Organizations and Association

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