The Affordable Connectivity Program and the Rip-and-Replace program are both central funding needs for the industry.
The $3 billion shortfall was first flagged by the FCC in July 2022.
A national privacy standard would ensure a baseline set of protections and would restrict companies from storing and selling personal data.
China will need to manufacture advanced chips domestically if it wants to continue researching and implementing AI.
Limited foreign investment includes on technologies such as semiconductors and AI.
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The semiconductor industry in America is vulnerable, warned a former National Security Advisor.
Raimondo said U.S. seeks to impose restrictions on the export of microchips to China to combat the county's influence.
Also discussed were three bills to address electric vehicle laws in Democratic states.
‘If the U.S. doesn’t lead, China will.’
The wireless association says 5G will add $1.5 trillion in GDP and 4.5 million in new jobs over 10 years.
The country needs to work with schools to encourage semiconductor manufacturing training.
The fab in India is designed to ensure the stability of critical semiconductor capacity and hence enhance U.S. national security.
New bill seeks to supports U.S. role in emerging technologies, including artificial intelligence.
Debt legislation will limit federal discretionary spending, facilitate environmental permitting for infrastructure projects.
Although many experts agree TikTok poses a threat, some believe a ban is the wrong solution.
Amid supply chain constraints and a hostile technological race with China, will the legislation be successful?
Former FCC commissioners pushed Congress to extend the spectrum auction of the agency.
The U.S. accounts for just 10 percent of electric vehicle production and 7 percent of battery production.
How should lawmakers navigate competing concerns about national security, free speech, mental health and competition?
House lawmakers presented a united front against TikTok as calls for a national ban gain momentum.
The “Project Texas” initiative ensures that all of TikTok’s U.S. data security operations are overseen by independent parties.
China recognizes that it cannot produce all tech on its own, one expert said.
Another new proposed regulation from the FCC is aimed at tweaking the Wireless Emergency Alerts system.
Improving competitiveness with China is becoming the top priority for Washington.
Will providers be required to use equipment that is not readily available within the United States?
The U.S. must remain a market leader in the satellite sector, said Energy and Commerce Ranking Member Frank Pallone
The NTIA claims that Apple and Google take advantage of their app stores to put unfair limitations on their competitors.
The new chair renamed three subcommittees, hinting at the GOP’s goals for the coming term.
Panelists argued that ethical concerns about digital privacy and AI are not unfounded, but rather unfairly targeted at certain countries.
In Emergency Broadband Benefit case, Q Link claimed excessive market value of devices, the FCC said.
The commission has been exploring the broadening of the E-Rate program, a high-cost program under the Universal Service Fund.
The CHIPS and Science Act, while a good step, should not preclude developing a secure supply chain with other countries.
Commissioner Simington stated that the commission was in “a little bit of an emergency phase.”
The United States ought to counteract Chinese efforts to dominate international standards-setting bodies for the technology sector, Warner said.
How will the power struggle over information technology and policy play out in the coming year?
The Senate recently passed a measure banning the app from government devices.
Government funding should be invested in new, modern infrastructure that provides reliable broadband at a lower cost to more people.
In 2021, the FCC revoked the company's authorization to provide telecommunications service in the United States.
The combination of federal benefits is currently prohibited in the state of California.