KILLEEN, TX â€“ United States (US) President Donald Trump has released an executive order dedicated to expanding broadband signals all across the country.
The USâ€™ executive branch has recognized the role of the Internet in widening opportunities for capital investment. Since it is also part of the governmentâ€™s obligation to boost and make capital opportunities open for everyone, they realized that they need to put up either a bill or a law that can help in reducing the barriers when it comes to Internet connection.
They have decided to remove obstacles from broadband units so that routers within the US domain may capture better Internet signals. Upon realizing its futility, they revised the order before submitting it to the President.
Now, as I have heard from an interview with the President, Trump stated that the broadband units would be extended higher so that tall buildings and skyscrapers will not get in the way of signal capturing.
Apart from the contribution of a swift Internet connection to capital investments, I was also able to confirm that the government plans to utilize the improved Internet connection to make better use of administrative resources.
The government doesnâ€™t claim all the merit for this amazing idea. A representative has stated that from last year, they have already received recommendations about boosting Internet signals.
The government has discussed that urban areas have already decent connection as it is, but by extending broad bands, opportunities will be lengthened in the process.
The discussion came to a point when some officials suggested that there are areas that need more focus. For instance, in some rural areas, Internet connections are deemed to be bad.
It was decided that along with the signal improvement in big cities; there will also be a rural broadband deployment which will be supported and led by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke. Following the completion of the project for this executive order, the US government expects better technological innovations, along with an improved workforce.