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FCC wants help correcting its new broadband map 

Starting next Monday, state, local and tribal governments, as well as internet service providers, may begin submitting corrections to location data used by the Federal Communication Commission’s hotly anticipated new national broadband map. The FCC is not requiring any party to review and submit corrections to its new Broadband Serviceable Location Fabric, but it is strongly encouraging participation to improve the accuracy of the data, which will inform distribution of broadband funding. Lindsay McKenzie reports.

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With new CTO, Georgia continues push to cloud

New Georgia CTO Dmitry Kagansky will continue the state’s push to the cloud, he says on this week’s Priorities Podcast. Kagansky, who took on the role this month after the departure of longtime CTO Steve Nichols, was previously the state’s chief cloud officer. Now, he’ll continue those duties from a new role. “We’ve had a lot of internal training, a lot of growth and kind of experiential, real experience getting comfortable in new cloud environments to support agencies," Kagansky tells Colin Wood. Listen to the podcast.

CISA wants industry takes on incident reporting rules

Federal cyber officials will formally ask industry leaders “in the next couple of days” to help shape the regulatory structure for cybersecurity incident reporting, CISA Director Jen Easterly said yesterday at a cybersecurity conference in Washington. The incident reporting framework follows the new law that President Biden signed in March requiring that critical infrastructure owners and operators to report major cyberattacks to CISA within 72 hours and ransomware attacks within 24 hours. Suzanne Smalley reports for CyberScoop.

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