EVENT Nov 30: FCC maps – the devil and the money are in the detail – real time tutorial happening November 30

I’ve been talking about the new FCC maps a lot because future funding is going to depend on them. So, it’s important that they are right. It’s so important that the FCC is posting tools and offering tutorials…

By this Public Notice, the Broadband Data Task Force (Task Force) announces the availability of technical assistance resources, including an upcoming November 30th workshop, to assist entities in preparing to file bulk challenges to fixed broadband availability data as part of the Broadband Data Collection (BDC).

Challenging the Map by Household

It seems like the easiest way to report an error in the mapping is to report it from the address from the map itself. You can enter an address then there’s a map where you can toggle easily from Fixed Broadband (wired and fixed wireless) and Mobile (think cell phone, hot spot) Broadband. If you think the information they are reporting is wrong you can submit a Location Challenge. Now when I looked at the map the other day that option popped right up. This time I had to click on my address on the map and then it showed up – in that sidebar section. It’s a simple form asking for name, email address, phone (optional), challenge type and two places for more information. Inherent in the form is the idea that they might contact you.

Bulk Challenge of the Map

If you think that swaths of your community are not fairly represented, you can submit a bulk challenge. Bulk challenges are much more complicated. I’m not a GIS expert or even that great with maps but I watched the first tutorial (below) and realized if it were up to me to submit claims, I’d need to phone a friend. I gleaned a few things that are helpful to know before you dive in.

  • The data that you submit to challenge must have been collected after June 30, 2022.
  • They will ask for contact info for every address.
  • The data they collect will go to the provider that seems to represent the location. They will have 10 days to offer the service or the location status is corrected as unserved on the map.
  • Inherent here is that submitting an address is tantamount to ordering service from the provider, which is quite a leap. Also, the provider will see who has reported on the service.

The process to submit data seems arduous to me. To be fair the process may be less arduous to someone who is better with maps and I am open to correction if I have misunderstood aspects of the tutorial.

The maps are created using data supplied by the providers. I’ve heard the process for submitting the data is time consuming so I recognize that they have put in effort but it seems like the process to make any corrections rests solely on the households or communities. I know with the Minnesota maps, the process is a little more equal. Someone reports a questionable address and the Office of Broadband Development follows up. I think the process is pretty similar with “bulk” reporting. (Another example of Minnesota being well above average?)

Here’s more info on the tutorials and tools from the FCC…

To help state, local, and Tribal governments, ISPs, and other entities compile their data and file fixed availability challenges, the Task Force has released two video tutorials. The first video provides an overview of the fixed bulk availability challenge process, and is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vKL_p8ieFDo. The second video walks filers through the process of submitting bulk fixed availability challenge data in the BDC system, and is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XaOlwJN_1RY. The Task Force previously released its Specifications for Bulk Fixed Availability Challenge and Crowdsource Data on September 15, 2022, which provides guidance on the requirements for filing bulk challenges to fixed broadband availability data.3 We encourage parties interested in submitting bulk fixed availability challenges to review this document in conjunction with the tutorial video. Additionally, the Task Force will hold a virtual technical assistance workshop on November 30, starting at 4:00 p.m. EDT to assist potential bulk filers in submitting their data. To participate in the workshop, interested parties should register to attend at: https://fcc[1]gov.zoomgov.com/webinar/register/WN_F37YX5hRQJCHrVmLZsnqAg. Questions about bulk fixed availability challenges may be submitted in advance of or during the workshop to BDCWebinar@fcc.gov.

According to new FCC map Minnesota has ubiquitous broadband at 25/3 – hmm

I have good news and bad news. According to new FCC map, Minnesota has ubiquitous broadband at speeds of 25 Mbps down and 3 Mbps up. It’s good news if it’s true. It’s bad news if it’s not true and we lose out on federal broadband funding because the maps were wrong. According to maps from the Office of Broadband Development, the FCC maps are wrong. The areas shown in pink in the map below (on the right) do not have broadband at 25/3.

If you live in one of these areas, check out the map and report a location challenge if you think they FCC map is wrong. Once you look up your address, you’ll see the where to make a location challenge on the website.

If you are a community leader or a (potential?) provider in the area, you might think about how to get your neighbors to report overrepresentation or think about attending the tutorial from the FCC on how to file bulk challenges to the FCC’s broadband map on November 30.

MN Broadband Task Force Nov 2022: Workshopping the report draft: reliability and costs

Today the Task Force went through drafts of their annual report. As much as possible, I have screen shots of the draft (in PPT form), which is really last year’s version with some updates. Then I have the documents they used to discuss the challenges and recommendations made by both sub-groups Affordability and Adoption Sub-Group AND Funding, Mapping and Usage Sub-Group. The screenshots of a Google Docs are really where the beef is.

The was discussion on consumer perception of broadband reliability with a leaning toward making sure that the provider perspective was understood as well. That very the problem isn’t with the connection but with the user and/or user equipment. There was also discussion about trying to come up with a cost to bring broadband to everyone in Minnesota. The average cost per household was penciled in as $9300. That is not far off previous numbers; I suspect it’s hard to anticipate shortages, price increases and natural barriers in reaching the last households. Also folks were wondering if broadband meant wired solutions only.

There was also an update from the Office of Broadband Development. They are currently hiring two grants managers and are looking at hiring more positions soon.

Full notes Continue reading

EVENT Nov 17: MN Black Broadband Summit

The Black Broadband Summit is happening later this week in Minneapolis. I’m not able to attend because it’s at the same time at the MN Broadband Task Force but it looks interesting, Tickets are $25…

During the pandemic, many black and brown families were left behind due to the digital divide. Some families could not afford the internet because of the monopoly internet providers had in the Twin Cities area. Project Nandi was founded because our founder Ini Augustine wanted to make a change. She had seen firsthand the damage done to her community by the pandemic. Social injustice hit close to home with the George Floyd protests. With her experience being a network engineer she had the vision to make a community-owned internet cooperative a reality.

 

The goal of the Black Broadband summit is to discuss our shared experiences around lack of access. We will learn how the internet works, and discuss community led solutions to closing the digital divide. Please join us to bring change to the Twin Cities. November 17th from 10 am-3 pm.

Here’s another description from MENAFN

In lower-income communities like Cedar-Riverside, CenturyLink only offers internet service of 10 megabits per second, which isn’t really even broadband. Internet providers in the twin cities have been engaging in digital redlining for decades. This November 17th from 10 AM-3 Pm, the inaugural is launching a community-led mission. Join us to discuss our communities’ shared experiences around the lack of access to internet & technology. Together, we will tell our stories of digital inequity, and Organize for Community Empowerment. We’ll develop solutions to the barriers that exist, & prepare for a future without them.
“It is long past time for us to make technology that works for us. Each year that passes, our children fall further behind educationally, & the places we live become less safe. Our families need us to step into this moment. I hope you can join us, & our mission to take urgent action to close the digital divide.”, Executive Director,
The Black Broadband Summit will be a revolutionary event in the Twin Cities, the first of its kind. This event is generously sponsored by Global Entrepreneurship Week Minnesota and Nexus Community Partners, AM 950, Voqal,& The Minneapolis foundation.
We will be creating the first black-run, black-owned internet cooperative in the Twin Cities. Our ISP will be designed and run by the people most impacted by the digital divide. The summit is open to everyone with an interest in creating accessible, community-led solutions to the digital divide.

EVENT Nov 17: MN Broadband Task Force monthly meeting

I will be livestreaming on Facebook, but all are welcome to attend the meeting directly…

Governor’s Task Force on Broadband

Thursday, November 17, 2022

10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

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10:00 a.m. – 10:05 a.m.                Welcome, Task Force Introductions, and Approval of Minutes from October 24, 2022 meeting

10:05 a.m. – 10:10 a.m.  Office of Broadband Development Update Bree Maki, Executive Director

10:10 a.m. – 10:20 a.m.  Walk Thru of Draft Report Scott Cole, Collectivity

10:20 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.  Affordability and Adoption Sub-Group

11:00 a.m. – 11:10 a.m. Break

11:10 a.m. – 11:50 p.m. Funding, Mapping and Usage Sub-Group

11:50 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.  Governor’s Task Force on Broadband Update

Teddy Bekele, Chair, Minnesota Governor’s Task Force on Broadband

12:00 p.m. – 12:05 p.m. Public Comment, Other Business, December 19, 2022 Meeting Plans, Wrap-up

Warm wishes on a cold night celebrating broadband in Le Sueur County

Last night Le Sueur County held a celebration of broadband, headed up by Barbara Droher Kline. We were there to recognize a few key people who have helped bring better broadband to the area, starting with Barbara but we quickly realized that it’s a team effort. Everyone had a story. Some stories were of happy users working from home or not driving to the nearest fast food Wi-Fi to get homework done. Some stories were of frustration as Le Sueur has had its challenges with national providers getting (and subsequently losing) federal funding to serve the area when local providers were prepared to do it. A lot of the stories were of appreciation for Barb and other leaders, for the Blandin Foundation, for providers like Bevcomm and for policymakers who understand. It takes a village but it also takes a champion.

Le Sueur has been very vocal about what is working and what isn’t working for them. That has made it easy for folks like me to tell the story to help other leaders around the state (and beyond) recognize challenges and prepare for obstacles. It also helps policymakers understand where they can best channel support.

Barb’s speech below sets the stage.

Le Sueur Broadband Fair: well attended and raising awareness

Le Sueur County does a great job getting the word out about broadband. Tonight they hosted a Broadband Fair with folks from the Attorney General’s, from Office of Broadband Development and several providers including NetWave Broadband, Bevcomm, Xtream (Mediacom) and Xtratyme. Approximately two dozen people were there while I was there. Most were coming in to see if they could get better service. The options in the room were fiber and fixed wireless.

It’s as fun to hear the questions as the answers. I overheard someone mention that they have dialup. Can you imagine how long the pandemic shutdown must have felt to them?! Providers talked about expansion based on upcoming grant announcements and gauging interest in new areas. This is an area that was impacted by LTD Broadband’s RDOF situation. So you hear their name comes up.

It’s also fun to hear about the very practical questions. Can we pause our connection in the winter when we’re in Florida? How fast can we get it installed? How can I convince you to come to my area? One interesting answer to that question was hearing a provider encourage attendees to apply for the line extension grant as a way to help fund a new connection.

Ramsey County Digital Inclusion Leadership Summit Notes

Today I attended an interesting Digital Inclusion Leadership Summit in St Paul. They are working to create a plan for digital equity in Ramsey County called the Digital Blueprint. (It was funded by ARPA.) Consultants (SDK Communications) have spent the last eight months talking to stakeholders about their needs, plans and appetites to improve local digital equity.

The group today heard from the consultants. Below are (some of) their PowerPoint slides. A light was shining on equity issues when you see that less than 50 percent of those surveyed felt they had enough broadband to get things done, the depths of concern for security and privacy and the comfort level in using technology.

Then in small groups, we discussed certain aspects of the plan in greater depth. It was interesting to hear from a wide swath of stakeholders. I was at a table with someone from a school, from a community-based organization and a nonprofit device provider.

MN Broadband Task Force Oct 2022 Notes: BEAD

The Broadband Task Force gathered today on site and online. They heard from the NTIA Minnesota contact about how to prepare for BEAD funding. They also got updates from the subcommittees on recommendations for the annual report. The mapping committee shared an interesting chart details costs to get broadband to everyone and impact the various potential funding sources could have to contributing to that investment. Although it wasn’t clear whether they were looking at speeds of 25/3 or 100/20. They changed the label of the table but not clear whether the numbers given looked at the slower of faster speeds.

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EVENT Oct 24: Minnesota Broadband Task Force

Happening tomorrow … I will be livestreaming it on Facebook

Governor’s Task Force on Broadband
Monday, October 24, 2022
10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Land O’Lakes
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Arden Hills, MN 55112
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  • 10:00 a.m. – 10:05 a.m. Welcome, Task Force Introductions, Attendee Introductions and Approval of Minutes from September 29, 2022 meeting
  • 10:05 a.m. – 10:35 a.m. NTIA Grants (BEAD and Digital Equity) and role of Task Force in Plan Preparation
    Tom Karst, Federal Program Officer, Office of Internet Connectivity and Growth
  • 10:35 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Effects of Broadband Grants on Businesses and Townships
    Pete Johnson, Supervisor of Sunrise Township
  • 11:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. Break
  • 11:15 a.m. – 11:40 a.m. Affordability and Adoption Sub-Group
  • 11:40 a.m. – 12:05 p.m. Funding, Mapping and Usage Sub-Group
  • 12:05 p.m. – 12:15 p.m. Governor’s Task Force on Broadband Update
    Teddy Bekele, Chair, Minnesota Governor’s Task Force on Broadband
  • 12:15 p.m. – 12:20 p.m. Public Comment, Other Business, November 17 Meeting Plans, Wrap-u

EVENT Oct 6: Digital Inclusion Thought Leadership Forum Agenda

This event is free and online and an easy way to experience NDIA’s Digital Inclusion Week

The N50 Project is an official affiliate of NDIA (National Digital Inclusion Alliance) and is participating in NDIA’s Digital Inclusion Week, which is an annual week of awareness, recognition, and celebration. We are one of many organizations and individuals across the country hosting special events and campaigns to promote digital equity in their communities and we are proud to share a special 2-day Thought Leadership Forum on Digital Inclusion.

Thursday October 6th will feature sessions open to the public which will include an overview of N50 and how to join our efforts.

And the agenda…

Thought Leadership Forum Agenda (Times in PST)

DAY 1: Thursday, October 6 – Open to the Public

7:50am                  Forum Opens

8:00am-8:45am     Breakfast Briefing: Digital Inclusion – Finding Strength in Numbers

“Digital Equity” and “Inclusion” are easy to say, but hard to do. Partnerships that draw upon the expertise of multiple stakeholders – and incentives – are essential to achieve scale. As opportunities for digital-equity projects escalate, what are key considerations when planning for partner-driven impact? 

Hosted by Dr. Erin Bown-Anderson, Director of Community Innovation, Geeks Without Frontier & N50 Project Team

8:50am-9:00am      Welcome & Opening of the Thought Leadership Forum

9:00am-9:30am      Corporate Innovations and Global Impact

9:30am-10:30am    Stakeholder Roundtable: Digital Inclusivity in the Tribal Context

This session will provide a digital-inclusion case study that draws upon local community perspectives from tribes in the Eastern Sierra Nevada region. From tribal leadership to anchor institutions, and from IT support to a community school teacher, members of the Paiute and Shoshone tribes will discuss key considerations for stakeholders at every level of the digital-inclusion ecosystem.

Speakers: Jesse Archer, NumuNetworks; Phil Fowler, President, Nu Communications; Janet Hansen, Chairperson, Lone Pine Paiute Shoshone Tribe

Moderator: Travis Heneveld, Director of Connectivity Solutions, Geeks Without Frontiers & N50 Project Team

Speakers: Paul Holland, Managing Director and VC-in-Residence, Mach 49

ModeratorDavid HartshornCEO, Geeks Without Frontiers & Board Advisor Member, N50

10:30am-10:45am  Wellness & Feedback Break

10:45am-11:45am  Africa Case Study: Resourcing Digital Inclusion Programs – Leveraging Community Assets                                 for Sustainability

The resources required to achieve digital inclusivity are as varied as the communities for which they are intended: Multilateral funding, private and programmatic assets, disposable income, in-kind systems, services and subject-matter expertise, government subsidies, and more. Drawing on lessons learned from a project in the Zambian village of Luumbo, this session will explore how resources can be leveraged to address digital-inclusivity challenges for marginalized communities… sustainably.

Speakers: Ian McFadyen, CEO, Mwabu; James Phiri, CEO, Virtual Doctors; Prakash Advani, Co-Founder & CEO, picoNETS

Moderator: David Hartshorn, CEO, Geeks Without Frontiers & Board Advisor Member, N50

11:45am-12:45pm  Roundtable: Off-Grid Inclusion – The Collective Quest for Solutions

Sustainability strategies for off-grid digital inclusion have traditionally been few and far between. This roundtable will explore the best (and worst) practices where digital stakeholders have been pushing the envelope to reach new “customers” at the edge. Can innovative strategies enable Digital Inclusion that is high impact and durable? These front-line experts will provide answers.  

Speakers: Evan Buck, Business Development + Strategy, Prepaid Internet, Viasat; Patrick Schultz, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Vanu

Moderators: Michael Potter & John Morris, Executive Directors & Co-Founders , Geeks Without Frontiers & N50 Project Team

12:45pm-1:45pm    Digital Inclusion in Disaster Resilience and Response

1:45pm                   Day 1 Forum Closes

Due to the recent natural disasters across the globe, the relevance and importance of considering digital inclusion through a disaster resilience and responsiveness lens is paramount. During this discussion, speakers will engage in conversation around current issues impacting Pakistan, Puerto Rico and other hurricane affected regions in the US.All attendees will be able to participate in this open-forum discussion on digital inclusion and how to drive sustainability in community and much more.

Speakers: Jose Luis Rodriguez, CPR; Ali Ahktar, Head of Business Unit, Telecoms & Defense, Supernet, Limited; Joe Simmons, Director of Tech Innovations, Geeks Without Frontiers & N50 Project Team

Moderator: David Hartshorn, CEO, Geeks Without Frontiers & Board Advisor Member, N50

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MN Broadband Task Force meeting Sep 2022: digital equity

The MN Broadband Task Force heard from Hannah Buckland, the new Ditigal Equity Lead at the Office of Broadband Development and from folks at Connected Nation about broadband mapping.

Welcome, Task Force Introductions, Attendee Introductions and Approval of Minutes from July 13, 2022 and August 29, 2022 Meetings

Minnesota Humanities Center from Nicole McMahon, Implementation and Event Center Director

  • they have been working on making hybrid meetings more possible

FCC Mapping Update from Ashley Littell Hitt, GISP, Vice President, GeoAnalytics at Connected Nation

  • first MN connected national broadband maps happened in 2008
  • for 5 years there were two map check-ins a year
  • There’s an interactive map where people can check their address; they still map down to 25/3
  • Maps will be coming out in November
  • These maps will replace the 477 form-based maps
  • Connected Nation focused on service areas – not census tracts
  • BEAD will require good maps; they will focus on areas without 25/3 first – address level mapping with be important
  • Fixed wireless converted to address level will be interesting but folks are worried about it being overstated.

Digital Equity from Hannah Buckland, Digital Equity Program Lead, Office of Broadband Development

  • Digital Equity includes: access to broadband, a device and the skills to use them
  • MN can get $880,000 for a state digital equity grant – then we’ll have a year to work on it
  • NTIA manages other grant – should be available in 2024

Office of Broadband Development Update with Diane Wells, Deputy Director

  • The new executive director will be names very soon
  • Met with stakeholders on legislative issues
  • Affordability is becoming more of an issue
  • Looking at low density programs – where DEED can pay for 75 percent and up to $10M
  • Looking at the line extension programs for folks with long driveways
  • Live extension program has to be up by Nov 1
  • Next round of border to border should start soon after current applications are announced
  • Applications are coming in for grants but the $5 million cap is preventing some folks from applying

Affordability and Adoption Sub-Group
Creating a list of challenges – like affordability and language
Scott presented the template for the report

Funding, Mapping and Usage Sub-Group
didn’t meet

Governor’s Task Force on Broadband Update from Teddy Bekele, Chair, Minnesota Governor’s Task Force on Broadband

Public Comment, Other Business, October 24 Meeting Plans, Wrap-up

MRBC IIJA/BEAD Broadband Funding Webinar Archive

Big thanks to the Minnesota Rural Broadband Coalition for sharing the archive of the webinar they hosted last week on MRBC IIJA/BEAD Broadband Funding.

Speakers included:

  • Bill Coleman – Community Technology Advisors
  • Adrianne Furniss – Benton Institute for Broadband & Society
  • Peggy Schaffer – former head of the Maine Broadband Office
  • Doug Dawson – CCG Consulting
  • Brian Ford – NTCA.

EVENT Sep 20: MRBC IIJA/BEAD Broadband Funding Webinar

Looks like a great event from the Minnesota Rural Broadband Coalition…

At our last meeting, we discussed having a meeting to talk more about the future activities of the Coalition.  Bill Coleman volunteered to create an online event where we can discuss how the Coalition can bring the rural voice to the Office of Broadband’s IIJA/BEAD planning process.
This event is scheduled for TOMORROW – Tuesday, September 20 from 9:00 – 11:00 am and will include guest experts from around the nation as well as opportunity for small group discussion and reporting.   Details on how to join the meeting are below.
The current line-up includes:

  • Adrianne Furniss – Benton Institute for Broadband & Society
  • Peggy Schaffer – former head of the Maine Broadband Office
  • Doug Dawson – CCG Consulting
  • Brian Ford – NTCA.

If you have ideas for guest experts, please let Bill know at bill@communitytechnologyadvisors.com.
Agenda
9:00am Welcome – Jay Trusty, Chair, MN Rural Broadband Coalition
9:05am Quick overview of the IIJA Timeline/Planning Process, Adrianne Furniss, Benton Institute for Broadband & Society
9:15am Expert Panel – Key considerations for community-focused broadband
9:45am Breakout discussions on key topics
10:15am Small group reporting to the large group
10:40am Prospective role of MN Rural BB Coalition in IIJA process/Ensuring effective community voice (facilitated discussion by Bill Coleman)
10:55am Closing – Jay Trusty

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Topic: IIJA/BEAD Broadband Funding Webinar
Time: Sep 20, 2022, 09:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

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EVENT Sep 20: MRBC IIJA/BEAD Broadband Funding Webinar

An invitation from the Minnesota Broadband Coalition…

MRBC IIJA/BEAD Broadband Funding Webinar

This event is scheduled for September 20 from 9:00 – 11:00 am and will include guest experts from around the nation as well as opportunity for small group discussion and reporting.   Details on how to join the meeting are below.

The current line-up includes:

  • Adrianne Furniss – Benton Institute for Broadband & Society
  • Peggy Schaffer – former head of the Maine Broadband Office
  • Doug Dawson – CCG Consulting
  • Brian Ford – NTCA.

If you have ideas for guest experts, please let Bill know at bill@communitytechnologyadvisors.com.

Agenda
9:00am Welcome – Jay Trusty, Chair, MN Rural Broadband Coalition
9:05am Quick overview of the IIJA Timeline/Planning Process, Adrianne Furniss, Benton Institute for Broadband & Society
9:15am Expert Panel – Key considerations for community-focused broadband
9:45am Breakout discussions on key topics
10:15am Small group reporting to the large group
10:40am Prospective role of MN Rural BB Coalition in IIJA process/Ensuring effective community voice (facilitated discussion by Bill Coleman)
10:55am Closing – Jay Trusty

Meeting Information:
Topic: IIJA/BEAD Broadband Funding Webinar
Time: Sep 20, 2022, 09:00 AM Central Time (US and Canada)

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