E-Gov & Citizen Engagement

E-Gov & Citizen Engagement

TeleComs, Fixes, and Alternatives

The last Mile There are rural telephone companies that have no competition because of government protection. This is an old regulation and should be removed. These local independent telecoms do not have to worry about their infrastructure because of the lack of competition. As a result we have outdates lines that loose the connection several times a day due to rain, heat and wind. Now try running DSL in these conditions. ...more »

Submitted by (@mdburks)

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Measure satisfaction with the FCC website

Rather than relying on anecdotal feedback, the FCC should take a more scientific approach to measuring the effectiveness of their website in meeting citizen expectations and needs. The site is very complex and provides lots of information, features, and functions, which makes it all the more necessary to conduct some research to find out who is visiting the site, why they come, whether they are able to accomplish their ...more »

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Fairness in billing for a quality product.

There definitly needs to be some over site. For example I have been paying for a 3mb dsl connection with TDS here in NE Alabama. I have been getting under 1mb of service in fact my speed test are inline with the dial up plans. I saved my copy of my speed test I really hope I can be reimbursed for such actions, I thought only health insurance industry was the only one that could charge you for a service without delivering ...more »

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Bring Broadband to Public Housing

The National Broadband Plan should mandate that all federal housing be wired for broadband. Simple access to Internet and broadband services significantly expands the public's options in terms of employment, education, communication, and access to information.

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