Last year, Congress passed the Infrastructure and Jobs Act that directed $65 billion toward the Biden administration’s “internet for all” initiative. This initiative seeks to expand access to affordable high-speed internet, build network infrastructure and close the digital divide. The administration says this spending will help connect “every American” to broadband services. However, if these goals are to be achieved, funds must be spent very efficiently and be well-targeted.

You can read this op-ed in Inside Sources