Stimulus Seekers and the Ides of March

Settles, Craig
February 2010
Multichannel News;2/22/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 8, p27
In this article the author discusses the problems related to applications of the broadband stimulus program in the U.S. It explores the reason which causes the problems, including not winning a grant for the second round in delivering the service in an area where someone had received the grant in the first round. It highlights the steps which could help the community develop better broadband strategy, which includes locating those who do not have any broadband, and recognizing who has broadband.


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