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New FCC website offers realtime document database access

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The Federal Communications Commission is days away from launching a new website, based on several months of beta testing and public input.

BONUS: Join FCC CIO David Bray for an exclusive webcast on Dec. 16, in which he will describe how a contractor owned and operated model aided the agency in IT management and transition. Register here.

“All of the content that resides on the current FCC.gov has already been migrated to the new, Drupal-based site,” Bray wrote at FCC.gov during the beta test. “We are currently integrating this content into new information architecture, meaning additional and improved ways of accessing and interacting with all the information currently available on FCC.gov.”

The new site is connected to FCC’s document databases with real-time updates available, he added.

The new site will debut on Dec. 10, but it is available for a preview at https://prototype.fcc.gov/.

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Exciting new developments in the #opendata and #broadband movements!

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Fiber Broadband Association Kicks Off Fiber Connect 2021

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FBA's Gary Bolton speaking on stage during Fiber Connect 2021

The Federal Communications Commission is days away from launching a new website, based on several months of beta testing and public input.

BONUS: Join FCC CIO David Bray for an exclusive webcast on Dec. 16, in which he will describe how a contractor owned and operated model aided the agency in IT management and transition. Register here.

“All of the content that resides on the current FCC.gov has already been migrated to the new, Drupal-based site,” Bray wrote at FCC.gov during the beta test. “We are currently integrating this content into new information architecture, meaning additional and improved ways of accessing and interacting with all the information currently available on FCC.gov.”

The new site is connected to FCC’s document databases with real-time updates available, he added.

The new site will debut on Dec. 10, but it is available for a preview at https://prototype.fcc.gov/.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.federaltimes.com

Exciting new developments in the #opendata and #broadband movements!

See on Scoop.itBroadbandPolicy

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Craig Settles: Libraries, Barbershops and Salons Tackle TeleHealthcare Gap

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Photo of Urban Kutz Barbershops owner Waverly Willis getting his blood pressure checked used with permission

The Federal Communications Commission is days away from launching a new website, based on several months of beta testing and public input.

BONUS: Join FCC CIO David Bray for an exclusive webcast on Dec. 16, in which he will describe how a contractor owned and operated model aided the agency in IT management and transition. Register here.

“All of the content that resides on the current FCC.gov has already been migrated to the new, Drupal-based site,” Bray wrote at FCC.gov during the beta test. “We are currently integrating this content into new information architecture, meaning additional and improved ways of accessing and interacting with all the information currently available on FCC.gov.”

The new site is connected to FCC’s document databases with real-time updates available, he added.

The new site will debut on Dec. 10, but it is available for a preview at https://prototype.fcc.gov/.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.federaltimes.com

Exciting new developments in the #opendata and #broadband movements!

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Broadband Breakfast CEO Drew Clark and BroadbandNow’s John Busby Speak on Libraries and Broadband

Friday’s Gigabit Libraries Network conversation will feature Drew Clark of Broadband Breakfast and John Busby of BroadbandNow.

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The Federal Communications Commission is days away from launching a new website, based on several months of beta testing and public input.

BONUS: Join FCC CIO David Bray for an exclusive webcast on Dec. 16, in which he will describe how a contractor owned and operated model aided the agency in IT management and transition. Register here.

“All of the content that resides on the current FCC.gov has already been migrated to the new, Drupal-based site,” Bray wrote at FCC.gov during the beta test. “We are currently integrating this content into new information architecture, meaning additional and improved ways of accessing and interacting with all the information currently available on FCC.gov.”

The new site is connected to FCC’s document databases with real-time updates available, he added.

The new site will debut on Dec. 10, but it is available for a preview at https://prototype.fcc.gov/.

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.federaltimes.com

Exciting new developments in the #opendata and #broadband movements!

See on Scoop.itBroadbandPolicy

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