Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
FCC announces Broadband Data Task Force
The FCC's new task force will lead the implementation of a new broadband data collection effort that's expected to be more accurate.
North Carolina's new broadband dashboards strive for data accuracy
North Carolina published two new dashboards to visualize statewide broadband coverage data, which officials said they hope will be more accurate than what the FCC provides.
FCC adopts new broadband data mapping rules
The Federal Communications Commission adopted new rules designed to improve mapping accuracy and verify the data coming from providers.
With Pai's departure, FCC likely to restore net neutrality, strengthen municipal broadband
President-elect Joe Biden is expected to appoint new FCC leaders who will work more closely with local governments and reinstate Obama-era regulations.
San Jose, Calif., mayor says more collaboration needed for 5G leap
Sam Liccardo said cities need help from telecom firms and the federal government to avoid saddling citizens with the cost of 5G infrastructure.
Transitional 911 systems have 'very, very broad attack surface,' working group warns
The transition to next-generation 911 brings cybersecurity threats not seen before, members of an FCC working group said during CISA's annual summit.
For students without home internet during pandemic, could FCC's E-Rate help?
Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel and many educators continue pressing for expansion of the FCC's E-Rate program, which is currently limited to funding schools and libraries, but Chairman Ajit Pai won't budge.
FCC’s CIO on embracing technology and agility during the pandemic
Francisco Salguero discusses AI, virtual desktop infrastructure and crisis plans that give the FCC’s IT team the ability to meet critical mission needs.
FCC approves a more accurate broadband data collection method
A more accurate data-collection method will be used to disperse $4.4 billion in broadband infrastructure investment over the next decade.