Washington, D.C. (PRWEB) March 5, 2009
Chaffee Fiber Optics is pleased to announce that it has begun publishing The Report on Shovel-Ready Broadband Projects. Companies now have a source of information they can refer to as they go about getting broadband funding from the recently enacted stimulus Act.
The Report focuses on funding efforts by both Commerce's NTIA and Agriculture's Office of Rural Utilities. It includes comprehensive and up-to-date information on the grants and loans coming from these funding agents. It includes interviews with policymakers, program managers, state officials and program leaders.
Some $7 billion will be spent on federally funded broadband projects over the next 18 months, nearly $400 million per month. The focus will largely be in getting broadband to unserved and underserved sections of America. The Report will ferret out the information companies need to best apply for these funds.
There are many questions about broadband funding that have yet to be addressed. How will terms like "broadband," "unserved," and "underserved," be defined? How important will it be for independent companies to connect with their states in making their application?
The federal program already is off and running. NTIA already has begin interviewing project managers. An important joint meeting is being held here in Washington on March 10. Let The Report on Shovel-Ready Broadband Projects help provide the edge.
The Report's editorial team will be led by David Chaffee, who has 27 years of experience covering broadband, and a similar history covering Washington, D.C. He has written two books on fiber optics and formerly worked as Corporate Editor at Ciena Corporation.
The Report on Shovel-Ready Broadband Projects costs $350.00 annually and includes 24 issues and 24 off-week blogs. It comes with a full money back guarantee. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to order or for more information.
About Chaffee Fiber Optics
The company was begun in 1998. It publishes fibertoday.com, a worldwide daily report on fiber optics; The FTTH Prism Magazine, a quarterly journal acquired from Legg Mason; and an annual report on military fiber optics.