We know little about how California and other states plan to distribute the money under the opaque arrangement.
The new legislation would give the Commerce Department the power to identify and intercept national security threats.
FCC received over 1 million challenges to mapping data and added 1 million locations.
The BEAD timeline looms large for many who worry that two months is insufficient time to correct the map.
Raimondo's comments come after the election of an American to head the UN's telecom regulator.
The United States acted unilaterally, and its allies are not yet 'on board,' said the Semiconductor Industry Association.
'We have every reason to believe the Justices will ... agree to hear this case,' said CCIA President Matt Schruers
'The immediate goal is to create a detailed list of [spectrum] bands for intensive examination.'
'This is a very important step,' said Christopher Kuner, co-director of the Brussels Privacy Hub.
Thursday is the deadline for providers to file their broadband availability data for FCC maps in the Broadband Data Collection.
The NTIA awarded four grants worth $1.2 million.
Accurate maps will allow federal dollars to target unserved and underserved areas.
Discussion has emerged about the pandemic's impact on the physical supply, but software is important, too.
Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo said more funding will go toward cybersecurity concerns.
The NTIA will prioritize projects that bring broadband to greatest number of homes.
Senate Commerce Committee considers nominations for Lina Khan, Bill Nelson and Leslie Kiernan.
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