Engaging with Local, State, and Federal Officials Through Broadband Surveys and Speed Tests

Surveys are not a novel tool for facilitating communication between residents and local officials, but broadband studies have increasingly become a forum of public opinion for residents and their local elected officials.  Oftentimes, municipalities work with broadband...

What Could the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act Mean for NCC Members?

On November 15th, 2021, President Biden signed the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (“Infrastructure Bill”), a historic $65 billion investment in broadband programs. At a time when a home broadband subscription equates to reliable healthcare, quality education,...

Empowering People With Disabilities Through Digital Inclusion

An increasing number of jobs, schoolwork, information, and government services have permanently migrated online as a result of the pandemic. While technological advancement makes a wealth of tools available that improve quality of life and enable aging in place, too...