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BroadbandCensus.com Weekly Report March 30th 2009

The public record from Commerce Department’s NTIA and the Agriculture Department’s RUS forums is complete, with 18 sessions over six days. Now comes the hard part: the agencies must generate an application form satisfying the terms of the broadband stimulus legislation while meeting real-world broadband needs.

Drew Clark

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The public record from Commerce Department’s NTIA and the Agriculture Department’s RUS forums is complete, with 18 sessions over six days. Now comes the hard part: the agencies must generate an application form satisfying the terms of the broadband stimulus legislation while meeting real-world broadband needs.

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