The $1.2 trillion bipartisan infrastructure law signed by President Biden last year includes $550 billion in new investments in roads, bridges, broadband and other public works. Join Washington Post Live for conversations focusing on the plans and the timetable for upgrading the country’s high-speed internet with Andy Berke, special representative for broadband at the Commerce Department, and Michael Powell, president and CEO of the NCTA — The Internet & Television Association.
Special Representative for Broadband, U.S. Department of Commerce
President & CEO, NCTA — The Internet & Television Association
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Modernizing Infrastructure for Resilience & Equity
In a segment presented by Esri, Founder and President Jack Dangermond addresses the infrastructure bill, the digital divide, and how location and geography can help identify areas with the greatest need, while creating common ground between government, businesses, and society.
Dangermond discusses how modernizing infrastructure with resiliency, sustainability, and equity in mind requires a deep understanding of the location-based relationship of environmental and human-made systems.