Contact Information

  • Company: QSI Consulting, Inc
  • Phone: (312) 952-6694
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Specialties & Experience

General Specialties:

Telecommunications and Economics

Specialty Focus:

Regulation, public policy, cost, pricing, damages, contract, negotiation, network, interconnection, pole attachments, acquisition, due diligence, utility management


Masters of Science in Economics, Illinois State University; Bachelor of Science in Economics and Business Administration, Illinois State University

Years in Practice:


Additional Information

Mr. Webber has more than 25 years of experience with utility management, policy analysis, regulatory affairs, and litigation. Prior to joining QSI, he served in a number of management positions within the communications industry, including, for example, as the Director of External Affairs for ATX/CoreComm, as a District Manager for AT&T's Law and Government Affairs organization, and as the Manager of the Illinois Commerce Commission’s Telecommunications Rate Section. Mr. Webber has provided consulting services to a number of the nation's most notable communications and information services companies, such as AT&T, Charter, Comcast, PAETEC and XO. He has also managed numerous engagements for state and federal agencies as well as various international clients. He has been responsible for cost-of-service analyses, business case modeling, operational process improvement, vendor management, regulatory affairs and policy analysis among other strategic issues. In addition to his experience within the communications industry, he served at the Illinois Department of Energy and Natural Resources where he was responsible for demand side management forecasting, analyzing the economic implications of various pollution mitigation strategies and other environmental issues. Mr. Webber has been called upon to provide expert testimony related to billing disputes, cost of service analyses, economic damages, interconnection, rating, routing and call detail records, pricing and public policy issues, among others, before state and federal regulatory agencies, arbitrators and courts of varying jurisdictions throughout the United States.