Federal Communications Commission

FCC Taking Further Steps to Modernize and Increase Accountability in Its Universal Service Support Program for Rural Broadband

The Federal Communications Commission took steps that could result in over 1 million rural homes getting faster broadband service.

FCC Claims Revised Draft Broadband Report Still Shows a Narrowing Digital Divide

The Federal Communications Commission has revised the 2019 Broadband Deployment Report to reflect a thorough review of the initial draft triggered by the discovery that a company submitted drastically overstated deployment data to the FCC.

Report on Broadband Deployment in Indian Country

As this report (based on super-accurate Dec 2017 Form 477 data) shows, while broadband deployment to Tribal lands has increased in recent years, additional work remains to increase deployment to the certain Tribal areas and reach the FCC's goal of

Report on Promoting Internet Access Service for Veterans

This report explores the availability and adoption of broadband Internet access services by veterans throughout the nation.

FCC Commissioner Rosenworcel Calls for Update on Sale of Real-Time Location Data

To safeguard the privacy and safety of American consumers, Commissioner Rosenworcel sent letters to major phone companies to confirm whether they have lived up to their commitments to end location aggregation services.

Commissioner O'Rielly Remarks Before the CBRS Alliance

While there was a great need for more spectrum for advanced wireless systems, finding unencumbered frequencies has always been a long-standing battle.

Chairman Pai Remarks on 5G at National Spectrum Consortium Event

As most of you know, a few weeks ago, I was at the White House for an event with President Donald Trump to highlight our government’s efforts to promote US leadership in 5G. To me, there were three key takeaways from this event.