It’s Imperative: Three States’ Efforts on Broadband for All



Technology leaders in California, Colorado and Minnesota convened at NASCIO to offer best practices on bridging connectivity and digital literacy gaps in their states.


National Broadband Availability Map Now Includes 36 States and Four Federal Agencies

The NBAM recently added Arizona, Idaho, Kansas, Maryland, Mississippi, and South Dakota to its growing roster of state participants.

Bill To Spur High-Speed Broadband Projects In Rural Communities

A bill to remove barriers for communities seeking to use Economic Development Administration (EDA) grants to develop high-speed broadband access was introduced in the House of Representatives today by Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Ranking Member Sam Graves (MO-06) and Rep. Michael Guest (R-MS).

Washington State Removes All Barriers to Municipal Broadband

This critical leap forward in Washington drops the number of states with laws restricting community broadband to 17.

How Starlink, Project Kuiper and other satellite broadband providers could change society

Imagine a world where high-speed internet blankets every corner of the globe, transforming the way people access health care, education and entertainment. That’s the promise of up-and-coming satellite broadband — an ambitious and controversial plan to connect far reaches of the planet.

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