The bipartisan bill would apparently require that the FCC fix errors before the NTIA issues broadband funds.
Last month, the Affordable Connectivity Program was announced to have 16 million Americans signed up.
Panelists compared the FCC's process to flying a plane while it's being built.
Government funding should be invested in new, modern infrastructure that provides reliable broadband at a lower cost to more people.
Big communications companies want Congress to tax telecom, while many others want higher fees on broadband service.
'I think obtaining funding from the Universal Service Fund would go a long way.'
While NTIA will interpret grant funding under the law, it’s up to states to determine where to allocate money.
Too many reports could burden federal officials, said the executive director of the Alliance for Digital Innovation.
Leaders addressed strategies and importance of private spending.
President Biden celebrated $65 billion for broadband deployment.
WASHINGTON, November 17, 2014 – Federal Communications Committee Chairman Tom Wheeler and Sen. Ed Markey, D-Mass., on Monday proposed increasing the $1.5 billion cap to the...