The NTIA's BEAD program requires grant recipients to provide a letter of credit.
It's unclear how BEAD funds will interact with state laws restricting municipal broadband projects.
Virginia is waiting for data on the number of unserved and underserved locations in the state.
South Carolina performs mapping audits to hold ISPs accountable for coverage claims.
Fabric data will continue to improve with feedback implementation and process changes, said CostQuest CEO.
State broadband offices are tasked with outlining their challenge processes amid other concerns.
By working with existing entities like utilities, states can establish more effective state offices.
Time is running out to have cities' voices heard at state broadband roundtables.
The Broadband Breakfast Report for January 2023 lays out the things to know about the challenge process.
Commercial mapping products are emerging as complementary resources for both industry and government players.
To correct for inevitable errors, the FCC is soliciting challenges to the map’s provider-submitted data.
Almost all of Berke’s work seems to be about making a difference for higher-quality broadband.
The FCC approved 13 coordination systems allowing for the testing of unlicensed devices on the 6 GigaHertz band.
The conversation dealt with open access networks, and whether cities are well-suited to play a role in developing them.
Wisper CEO Nathan Stooke said the attitude to connect more Americans should be to let the “best technology win.”
T-Mobile is being sued over an ad that said AT&T only gives discounts to seniors in Florida.
In Tennessee, we'll see what the Volunteer state is doing to bring a plan together on broadband policy.
Measurement Lab said research it has conducted can show when there are network performance issues.
The coalition will play a crucial role in broadband data as government implements the largest expenditure of broadband funds.
Woods had been the inaugural Director of the Office of Minority Broadband Initiatives at the National Telecommunications and Information Administration.
Georgia Technology Authority representative says the notices are dense and difficult for applicants to understand.
Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) details parameters of Broadband, Equity, Access and Deployment (BEAD) program.
Money coming from the IIJA must be flexible and include extensive private contributions, Davidson said at Broadband Breakfast event.
'You should build a relationship with your telecommunications field representative,' Edyael Casaperalta said.
Co-ops have the chance to support education, healthcare and work-from-home coming out of the coronavirus pandemic.
Join Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Communications and Information Alan Davidson on April 13 at Broadband Breakfast for Lunch
We will explore what the government, states and infrastructure builders - public and private - should be doing to prepare.
Those interested in federal money should engage in outreach, build solid teams, Broadband.Money head Jase Wilson said.
The luminary emphasized literacy on cybersecurity and accessibility features for disabled individuals.
CEO contrasted SiFi Network's model versus the Google Fiber model that builds infrastructure where there’s demand.
While NTIA will interpret grant funding under the law, it’s up to states to determine where to allocate money.
Brenda Lawrence, a democratic representative from Michigan, introduced new legislation that will help measure the nation’s digital literacy.
NTIA is likely to continue to oversee the $42.5 billion for broadband from the IIJA.
Join Broadband Breakfast for our annual New Years' Party as we look over the last year of broadband developments.
Visit Broadband.Money to register for the Ask Me Anything! event on Friday, December 3, 2021, at 2:30 p.m. ET.
Craig Settles talks about the need for telehealth and ubiquitous broadband in a recent interview.
Providers of all sort can line up for their share of $75 billion worth of broadband grant funding.