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.
At least 100,000 San Francisco residents lack adequate Internet access and miss out on economic and educational benefits.
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.
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
This report explores the availability and adoption of broadband Internet access services by veterans throughout the nation.
More than 106,000 rural homes and small businesses in 43 states will get access to 25 megabit per second (Mbps) broadband at some point in the next decade thanks to a Federal Communications Commission policy change.
President Trump, Speaker Pelosi, Senate Minority Leader Schumer agree on goal of crafting $2 trillion infrastructure plan, talk rural broadband
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said that they had reached an agreement with President Donald Trump to try to craft a $2 trillion plan aimed at overhauling the nation’s ailing roads, bridges, water
Nearly five dozen rural, wireless internet service providers (WISPs) signed letters sent to the Federal Communications Commission to "express [their] enthusiastic support for the Commission to make available new Educational Broadband Service (EBS)
Democratic congressional leaders emerged from a meeting at the White House and announced that President Donald Trump had agreed to pursue a $2 trillion infrastructure plan to upgrade the nation’s highways, railroads, bridges and broadband.