In our increasingly digital economy, access to broadband is as important as electricity and clean water. But an estimated 160 million Americans go without robust, reliable high-speed access at home, hampering their ability to learn, work, engage in commerce and monitor their health.
Achieving Gigabit Speed by 2025
INCOMPAS has called for the bold goals of connecting every American to gigabit speed service by 2025. This would be a transformative action for our economy, our schools and our future.
Cities and Towns Need a Plan for How to Get There
From private investment and universal service funding to grants and loans, there are many mechanisms to support increasing broadband connectivity across our nation. INCOMPAS has put forward a series of solutions, and outlined pitfalls to avoid that may inadvertently harm broadband investment and critical deployment efforts.
Join INCOMPAS CEO Chip Pickering, Chief Advocate and General Counsel Angie Kronenberg and Government Relations Director Andrew Mincheff as they outline the INCOMPAS broadband blueprint for achieving universal broadband.