Federal Communications Commission
White House, Pentagon agree to fastest transfer of spectrum for commercial 5G use
A spectrum-sharing agreement with industry was developed in 15 weeks and could help domestic vendors challenge China's Huawei.
FCC’s CIO on embracing technology and agility during the pandemic
Francisco Salguero discusses artificial intelligence, virtual desktop infrastructure and crisis plans that give the FCC’s IT team the ability to meet critical mission needs.
An unprecedented wave of personal data could be heading to federal agencies
Under the national coronavirus emergency, companies don't need much permission to give up people's data to the federal government. Privacy advocates are concerned with how agencies will gather, store and utilize it.
FCC moves to establish a $200 million telehealth fund for hospitals
The FCC is working to make $200 million available for hospitals to meet the challenges of maximizing telehealth options.
Christine Calvosa officially named FCC CIO
Calvosa has been serving as the agency's acting head of IT for over a year.
FCC’s IG, Pai slam ex-CIO Bray for ‘inaccurate information’ around 2017 DDoS claims
About 15 months after David Bray first claimed that the agency had been a victim of a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack, agency leadership is now getting behind the narrative that Bray allegedly lied.