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Thursday, June 14, 2012

Obama To Cut Broadband Expense By Up To 90%

President Barack Obama plans to sign an executive order today to cut the costs of building broadband by up to 90 percent. The White House said agencies would have to adopt a uniform approach for letting broadband carriers build networks on or through their properties. It singled out seven large departments, including Defense, Veterans Affairs and the Postal Service. It said they would have to post leasing information on their websites, and will track the progress of regional broadband projects. The cost savings would come when carriers time their construction activities to coincide with periods when streets are already under construction.


Anonymous said...

O is blowing smoke here! 90%????? Yeah...rught.

Anonymous said...

Just like when Bush promised high-speed internet access to every American by 2007. How'd THAT work out?