FCC National Broadband Map Update: December 1 Session

Provide feedback on the national broadband data map.

The Federal Communications Commission has released a draft of its national broadband data map which includes a challenge process through which localities can provide feedback on missing or misplaced addresses and service availability data previously submitted by broadband service providers and operators.

The Illinois Office of Broadband is co-hosting two identical webinars on the FCC National Broadband Map with the Illinois Broadband Lab and University of Illinois Extension, aimed to educate local governments, community organizations, and other stakeholders on how to use the map and provide feedback.

  • Noon on Wednesday, November 30
  • Noon on Thursday, December 1


About the Speaker

Shubhika Agarwal is a visiting coordinator for broadband at the Illinois Broadband Lab. She has a background in Urban Planning and assists in Illinois’ Digital Equity Grant Programs—Illinois Connected Communities and the Accelerate Illinois Broadband Infrastructure Planning Program. She helps build capacity around broadband planning by sharing state and federal broadband access and adoption mapping and data resources and supports broadband planning efforts by analyzing actual broadband speeds, usage, and satisfaction levels through broadband surveys. She works with the state’s mapping partners to create more accurate broadband maps and data layers to position Illinois to utilize federal funding most effectively for broadband deployment in unserved and underserved locations.

Need accommodation?

If you will need an accommodation in order to participate, please email the contact person for the event. Early requests are strongly encouraged to allow sufficient time to meet your access needs