Air Force needs help bringing broadband to every U.S. base
The Air Force's lack of broadband on some installations isn't uncommon among the military services. It's a Defense Department-wide issue.
Technology subcommittee ‘disappointed’ with slow progress in rural broadband
An outdated map, misleading data, and bills that go nowhere were all sources of frustration for broadband industry representatives and lawmakers at a recent congressional hearing.
FCC announces updates to Mapping Broadband Health initiative
The FCC's Connect2Health Task Force announced on June 8 that their Mapping Broadband Health in America Platform will be updated to reflect new data.
Clinton’s broadband plan promises continuity, though could prove too ‘incremental’
Hillary Clinton wants to ensure that every household in America has access to broadband service by 2020 — and though she’s touted it in speeches and policy papers, that sort of promise could easily fail to cut through the noise in a tumultuous presidential campaign.
Midwestern schools, libraries missing out on millions in broadband funds from FCC
Mississippi IT staffer Gary Rawson sounded a warning that applicants to the FCC's E-Rate program in nine states left more than $38 million on the table in fiscal year 2014.