Gediminas Seckus | Head of Legal and Corporate Affairs
Placiajuostis internetas

Gediminas Seckus, Head of Legal and Corporate Affairs, Placiajuostis internetas

Since 2008, Gediminas Šečkus has been a Head of Legal and Corporate Affairs at the Public Establishment Plačiajuostis internetas. Plačiajuostis internetas was the Implementing Partner and Beneficiary of the ERDF funded RAIN Project in Lithuania, which was awarded by European Commission with European Broadband Award in 2015. Gediminas Šečkus is responsible for legal affairs, public procurement, management of personnel, strategic planning and the project management in the field of business and electronic communications sector. In 2015, Gediminas Šečkus got official acknowledgement of the Minister of Transport and Communications for earnest work in implementing broadband projects in Lithuania for his input in planning, preparation and implementation of broadband projects in rural areas of Lithuania. From 2005 to 2008, Gediminas Šečkus was Legal Adviser for the Public Housing Agency (Būsto agentūra). In this position he was responsible for legal affairs and public procurement in the area of business, social housing and public administration sectors. Before that Gediminas Šečkus had been working as the Legal Adviser for the Lithuanian Telecom (present TEO LT, AB) for 5 years, where he had also been working in the field of legal affairs for business and electronic communications sector. His main responsibilities were legal affairs of network construction, installation and maintenance, as well as general affairs of the company (administration, procurement, etc.).


Connected Europe Day 1 @ 11:20

Rural access: Delivering connectivity for the hardest-to-reach

  •     Understanding the current state of investment and regulation for delivering rural access networks
  •     Business models for rural access
  •     The role of alternative access technologies including satellite and hybrid networks 

Connected Europe Day 1 @ 12:30

Roundtables exploring how Europe can deliver gigabit networks across the continent.

The rural issue: Delivering high speed broadband to the hardest to reach

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