The federal funding aims to ensure internet access is as widely accessible as electricity.
After federal investment, supply chain jams and labor shortages still hinder tribal broadband access
In Oklahoma's Osage Nation, the construction of a 200-mile fiber network is underway, but hurdles abound.
Identifying where high-speed internet is available has been tricky. But the map may give officials a better idea of who's left out.
More funding for internet access has been made available during the COVID-19 pandemic, but coordination and permitting are still hurdles.