The conservative critic of the broadband program highlighted inaccurate FCC mapping data in a report.
State broadband officers are prepared to leverage BEAD money to connect all Americans to the internet.
Providers are using revenues from the ACP to bankroll broadband buildouts.
The FCC is close to authorizing a higher speed requirement for funding to certain high-cost areas.
Lack of assurance regarding the ACP funding discourages local governments and providers from investing into the program.
The FCC has been trying to get as many eligible Americans on the ACP as possible through outreach.
The bipartisan bill would apparently require that the FCC fix errors before the NTIA issues broadband funds.
Blackfoot will start fiber construction this spring.
Last month, the Affordable Connectivity Program was announced to have 16 million Americans signed up.
Christopher Ali wrote a book about the failures of rural broadband policies and leadership last year.
The CPF allows the state to contribute more money toward builds, the state official said.
This is New Hampshire’s second round of Treasury Department's Capital Projects Funds, following a $50 million award in June.
Arkansas, Connecticut, Indiana, Nebraska and North Dakota are the latest recipients.