Bead will connect over 90 percent of all locations, both unserved and underserved, to high-speed internet.
Estimating how far the money will go does not require advanced math.
More focus needs to be one removing unserviceable locations, says an observer.
The data only became publicly available after the deadline passed.
The report did not find a significant discrepancy for plans advertising speeds of 125 Mbps or slower.
CostQuest's CEO said states need to look at their vendors if they pose a problem challenging FCC map data.
FCC's Lisa Hone appointed to NEC, EBB signs up 3.2 million homes, Oregon finishes network, senators request data sharing.