Federal Communications Commission
The Federal Communications Commission has taken action to address the Homework Gap, but we need to do more—and I believe that more takes place at the state and local level.
Federal Communications Commission Commissioner Michael O'Rielly sent Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority CEO Paul Wiedefeld a letter saying he’s baffled by the decision of the system to halt a pilot program for Wi-Fi service in train st
Federal Communications Commission Commissioner Ajit Pai sent a letter to Chris Henderson, CEO of the Universal Service Administrative Company (USAC), requesting information on Lifeline subscribers on tribal lands, including: any maps of qualifying
The program experimental license offers a new paradigm for the Experimental Radio Service (ERS), one that significantly reduces the barriers to experimentation for qualified entities.
“What do we need to do seize the 5G opportunity?” The answer, of course, starts with competition.
FCC Announces Anticipated Renewal of Its Disability Advisory Committee and Solicits Applications for Membership
By this Public Notice, the Federal Communications Commission announces the anticipated renewal of its Disability Advisory Committee and solicits applications for membership on the Committee, subject to renewal of the Committee’s charter.
FCC adopts an integrated plan to address both fixed and mobile voice and broadband service in high-cost areas of the state of Alaska
Given the unique climate and geographic conditions of Alaska, the Federal Communications Commission finds that it is in the public interest to provide Alaskan carriers with the option of receiving fixed amounts of support over the next ten years t
By this Public Notice, the Incentive Auction Task Force and the Wireless Telecommunications Bureau announce the 114 megahertz spectrum clearing target that has been set by the Auction System’s optimization procedure for the second stage (Stage 2)
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler announced the appointment of Henning Schulzrinne as Senior Advisor for Technology, based in the agency’s Office of Strategic Planning and Policy Analysis. Dr.
Chairman Wheeler's Response to Senator Warren Regarding Privacy of Broadband Customers' Personal Information
On June 21, Sen Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) wrote to Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler to express her support for strong consumer privacy rules for broadband Internet access service.