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WASHINGTON, October 14, 2009 – States are beginning to offer up their selections for the broadband stimulus grant programs of NTIA and RUS. Meanwhile, the FCC preserves some degree of confidentiality in broaband data as it prepares its National Broadband Plan, and Connected Nation was denied a spot on the list of initial broadband mapping grants.

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WASHINGTON, October 14, 2009 – States are beginning to offer up their selections for the broadband stimulus grant programs of NTIA and RUS. Meanwhile, the FCC preserves some degree of confidentiality in broaband data as it prepares its National Broadband Plan, and Connected Nation was denied a spot on the list of initial broadband mapping grants.

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Federal Communications Commissioner Brendan Carr Optimistic About Finding Common Ground at Agency

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WASHINGTON, October 14, 2009 – States are beginning to offer up their selections for the broadband stimulus grant programs of NTIA and RUS. Meanwhile, the FCC preserves some degree of confidentiality in broaband data as it prepares its National Broadband Plan, and Connected Nation was denied a spot on the list of initial broadband mapping grants.

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The $3.2 Billion Emergency Broadband Benefit Program: What’s In It, How to Get It?

Tim White

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WASHINGTON, October 14, 2009 – States are beginning to offer up their selections for the broadband stimulus grant programs of NTIA and RUS. Meanwhile, the FCC preserves some degree of confidentiality in broaband data as it prepares its National Broadband Plan, and Connected Nation was denied a spot on the list of initial broadband mapping grants.

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What You Need To Know About the More-Than-$7 Billion Emergency Connectivity Fund

Derek Shumway

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WASHINGTON, October 14, 2009 – States are beginning to offer up their selections for the broadband stimulus grant programs of NTIA and RUS. Meanwhile, the FCC preserves some degree of confidentiality in broaband data as it prepares its National Broadband Plan, and Connected Nation was denied a spot on the list of initial broadband mapping grants.

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