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And one caucus is concerned about climate change data vanishing form federal websites.
2018 could be the year of lightning-fast internet—depending on where you live.
The Federal Acquisition Service has doled out $9 million to agencies supporting the EIS rollout without receiving the required interagency agreements.
Digital messages mimic the speed of real conversation, but often what people like best is the ability to put them off.
, The Atlantic
The order offers no funding for broadband projects but aims instead to reduce bureaucratic barriers for industry.
Efforts to updates systems will also transform how employees will work.
Rural areas, in particular, may continue to go unserved if small wireless internet providers get shut out of bidding wars for large license areas by the mobile industry.
New tech is making it easier for telemarketers to make calls and hide from law enforcement.
Puerto Rico's post-Maria communications effort could serve as a disaster-response playbook for other governments.
Government, tech companies, and nonprofits have all worked to bring the US territory back online.
Wind delayed the two previous launch dates.
Nationwide high-speed internet promises many benefits but still relies on private companies to foot the infrastructure bill.
NOAA's sending a high-powered replacement into space to boost its weather forecasting capabilities.
Giant floating balloons could help Puerto Rico communicate again.
The agency’s D.C.-based command center keeps feds on the same page in the wake of the storm.
The agency wants to correct and refine information on broadband coverage in different areas of the country.
The agency made it official at its August meeting.
The tech giant wants to bring more internet to more people.
A watchdog wants to ensure outsiders can’t interfere with flight safety communications.
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