New D.C. Location Offers Expanded Quarters
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The Progress & Freedom Foundation is moving. As of January 6, 2003, the Foundation will relocate its offices to expanded quarters at 1401 H Street, NW in Washington, DC.
With programs of research and public education covering such important public policy areas as communications policy, the future of the IT sector, digital property rights and deregulation of key industries, the Foundation has outgrown its current headquarters, according to President Jeffrey A. Eisenach.
“As PFF has expanded, our current offices have become a bit of a tight fit,” Eisenach said in announcing PFF’s move. “We’re very pleased to have found the additional space we need in a quality location just around the corner from our current offices.”
The move comes at the end of one of PFF’s most active years ever. It recently announced the creation of a new Center for the Study of Digital Property, headed by new Senior Fellow Jim DeLong. Previously, it added another new program, the Digital Policy Network, headed by Research Fellow Kent Lassman, which coordinates the Foundation’s work on state and local issues. In recent months, the Foundation has published major papers on issues ranging from intellectual property to the state of the IT sector and its contribution to economic growth.
“PFF’s continuing growth – despite a difficult economy – is evidence that the work of our researchers and senior fellows is making a real contribution to the public policy dialogue,” Eisenach said. “I’m especially proud of our senior leadership team, including Vice Presidents David Fish, Tom Lenard, and Garland McCoy, and Director of Communications Policy Studies Randolph J. May.”
The Foundation’s new address will be 1401 H St. NW, Suite 1075, Washington, DC, 20005. Its phone number, web address and other contact information will not change.
The Progress & Freedom Foundation is a market-oriented think tank that studies the digital revolution and its implications for public policy. It is a 501(c)(3) research & educational organization.