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11/21/2022
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Happy Maps-mas from the FCC

The Federal Communications Commission’s long-awaited effort to more accurately map high-speed internet access nationwide went live Friday. The draft broadband maps, which have been in development for years, use geolocation data to show where wireline and wireless internet is available across the United States. Previous attempts by the FCC to map broadband access used census data, resulting in maps that vastly overstated coverage. Government entities, businesses and the rest of the public have until Jan. 13 to challenge the data powering the new maps, which are crucial to the NTIA's distribution of $45 billion in new broadband funding. Lindsay McKenzie reports.


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Arizona latest state to launch one-stop business portal

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Friday announced the launch of an online business portal similar to those found in a growing number of other states. The new website, called Arizona Business One-Stop, represents a typical first step for a state government seeking to wrangle many different services, forms and information into one location. In a press release, Ducey said the website is an extension of his state’s status as “the best place in the nation to do business.” Colin Wood has more.


Is big tech's bloodbath gov IT's boon?

With Facebook, Amazon and other big tech companies laying off thousands of workers — to say nothing of the chaos at Twitter — there's suddenly a flood of IT talent available in the labor market. And that could be good for the public sector, where recruiters see an opportunity to attract new talent to government tech. San Francisco CIO Linda Gerull is among those hoping to capitalize on the recent layoffs.  “Our vacancy rate in IT is nearly 21%," her agency told StateScoop. "This is an opportunity to fill some of those vacancies with people eager to take on an exciting new role.”   Lindsay has details.


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