Obama budget plan supports national broadband network

02/14/2012 | Washington Technology

President Barack Obama's budget for 2013 includes $3 billion to acquire radio spectrum in the 700 MHz D-block for a nationwide public broadband network and $7 billion to build it. The budget says up to $300 million of the allotted $7 billion is to go toward developing technologies and standards for interoperability. Separately, $1 billion is aimed at hiring firefighters and will be included in Federal Emergency Management Agency funding for training and equipping first responders.

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