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National Broadband Map

Congress charged NTIA with creating and maintaining the National Broadband Map, an unprecedented, searchable, public database of information on broadband Internet availability in the United States. NTIA created the National Broadband Map in collaboration with the Federal Communications Commission, using data that each state, territory and the District of Columbia (or their designees) collected from broadband providers or other data sources.

The website resulting from this Federal-state partnership includes more than 25 million searchable records showing where broadband Internet service is available, the technology used to provide the service, the maximum advertised speeds of the service, and the names of the service providers. The data, to be updated every six months, will support efforts to expand broadband access in communities at risk of being left behind in the 21st century economy and help businesses and consumers seeking information on their high-speed Internet options.


June 2013
Blog
06/05/2013
Report
06/05/2013

May 2013
Report
05/13/2013
Blog
05/13/2013

March 2012
Blog
03/02/2012

January 2012
Blog
01/20/2012

December 2011
Speech/Testimony
12/08/2011

September 2011
Blog
09/21/2011

April 2011
Speech/Testimony
04/01/2011

February 2011
Press Release
02/17/2011

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