Founded on Tradition, Leading in Innovation.
For 29 years, Freedom Technologies Inc. (FTI) has demonstrated unparalleled experience in telecommunications/information systems policy and engineering. We provide expert policy and engineering counsel to a diverse client base on issues involving radio spectrum, spectrum economics, wireless systems governance, telecommunications, space policy, internet, mobile technology, and broadband. Established companies, new technology start-ups, government agencies, and multinational organizations have relied on our internationally recognized experts.
We are a Woman-Owned Small Business with professionals that offer decades of combined experience in government, industry, law practice, and journalism. This unique professional makeup has enabled our exemplary track record of success. Our knowledge is holistic, cross-cutting, and informed. Deeply engaged and well connected, we stand ready to meet our clients’ needs.
We enable the leaders and forward-thinkers of the world to achieve their vision.
Our goal is accomplished by providing critical insight into the most dynamic sectors of the economy. Our advice, research, analysis, and public outreach ensures that clients take full advantage of their investments in today’s regulatory environment. With a steady hand, we guide clients through rapidly evolving public policy debates and regulatory developments, advising on politics and systems engineering requirements, both nationally and internationally.
FTI has been guided since its inception in 1992 by seasoned tech policy and engineering experts. From the very start, we have manifest the highest level of expertise in policy formation and regulatory practice. We have always been at the forefront of telecommunications policy, and have observed firsthand the momentous progress achieved by innovative policy and technologies since we started our work over a quarter century ago.
We are strategically headquartered in Rosslyn, VA, in the DC area. In addition to its role as a national and international center for policy development, Washington, DC is a rapidly ascending locus of technology activity. The nation’s capital is home to more than 12,000 tech companies and now claims more technology workers than any other region. As a result, Washington is the center of business, technology, and government. Decisions made here drive the global economy forward.