Government Technology

Q&A with Delaware CIO James Collins on Digital Inclusion

A Q&A with National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) President and Delaware CIO James Collins.

The Dos and Don'ts of Community Broadband Network Planning

The essential point at the Nevada Broadband Workshop in Reno was this: Communities that want broadband should produce a plan that’s as comprehensive as possible. Hosted by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration’s (NTIA) Bro

How Georgia Made Its Unique Broadband Coverage Map

For some time, it’s been no secret that the Federal Communications Commission’s Form 477 data overestimates broadband coverage in the US. In response, Georgia took matters into its own hands.

Broadband's Economic Impact Remains Unclear, Contested

Internet access is a critical concern across the United States. Countless news reports chronicle a trend of states and local areas working to expand broadband Internet for unserved and underserved populations.

Momentum Builds for Maryland’s Rural Broadband Initiative

Kenrick Gordon, director of the Maryland Governor’s Office of Rural Broadband, sees numerous ways that improved broadband access can transform life and work in rural areas.