The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act provides $65 billion to expand broadband access and affordability, and imposes new regulatory requirements on the broadband market.
America’s digital infrastructure supports commerce, connects people, broadens access to health care and education, and enhances daily life. Upgrading and expanding the sophisticated communications framework built by America’s private sector is imperative to improving lives and advancing society. The Chamber supports strategies to bring reliable, secure, and life-changing broadband technology into communities across the country through public-private partnerships.
A lack of high-speed broadband access can put businesses and their communities at an economic disadvantage.
- Aug 29, 2022U.S. Chamber Letter on H.R. 8573 / S. 4676, the “Net Neutrality and Broadband Justice Act”
This Hill letter was sent to Members of the United States Congress opposing H.R. 8573 / S. 4676, the “Net Neutrality and Broadband Justice Act.” This letter places the bill on the Legislative Leadership list for credit to Members who do not cosponsor.
- Jun 20, 2022Broadband Funding Explained: What the Administration Got Right and What It Missed in NTIA’s BEAD Program
Our team broke down everything you need to know about the current state of broadband funding and the Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (BEAD) program.
- Apr 14, 2022The Infrastructure Bill Has $65 Billion for Broadband Deployment. Now What?
The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act provided $65 billion for broadband deployment and affordability. Now it’s up to policymakers to partner with American businesses to make it happen.
- Dec 06, 2021U.S. Chamber Letter Supporting the Rosenworcel Nomination to be FCC Chair
This Hill letter was sent to the Members of the United States Senate, supporting the nomination of Jessica Rosenworcel to be Chair of the Federal Communications Commission.