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‘We have to close the digital divide, period’: Commerce Secretary gives some additional details on broadband implementation

Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo discusses the $65 billion in broadband funding While the $1.2 trillion infrastructure deal that has passed Congress has yet to be signed, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo spoke yesterday about the planning that is already going on to prepare for...

Trump administration’s ban of TikTok, WeChat downloads starts Sunday

The Trump administration will bar downloads of the popular Chinese-owned apps TikTok and WeChat beginning on Sunday, calling the apps a threat to national security. The Commerce Department, which is the agency that will implement the ban, said in a statement that each of the...

Challenges, portals and virtual events: How PSCR is bringing tech and public safety together

For resilient networks and "tech to protect", PSCR looks to collaboration Amid a rapidly evolving technology landscape, how do public safety agencies find out about the latest and greatest options, and best practices on how to implement them? How do tech companies which want to...

Commerce Department issues rule to allow standards work with Huawei

The U.S. Commerce Department has posted a new rule specifying that U.S. companies may work on technical standards, including 5G, with Huawei and its affiliates around the world, despite ongoing restrictions on sale and sharing of U.S.-based technology with the company. The rule amends the...

Commerce Secretary appoints six FirstNet board members

The Secretary of Commerce has appointed six members to the First Responders Network Authority board, filling five vacancies and making one re-appointment of a board member. FirstNet Chair Edward Horowitz, who was appointed board chair in September after serving as a member of the board...

Energy & Commerce Committee to consider Smart IOT Act

As the internet of things continues to gain momentum, Congress is looking at how to assess the state of the industry and its relationship with federal agencies, via a new bill that focuses on answering a relatively simple question: In the IoT space, who...

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