Grants Awarded: Sustainable Broadband Adoption

Below is a list of all BTOP Sustainable Broadband Adoption grants announced to date. The title of each grant recipient is linked to an information page about that grant, including a link to all BTOP progress reports filed by the recipient to date.

Recipient Project Total Awardsort icon State
One Economy Corporation 21st Century Information and Support Ecosystem: Make It Easy Where You Are $28,519,482
New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications NYC Connected Learning $22,162,825
One Community Connect Your Community $18,701,771
Communication Service for the Deaf, Inc. Project Endeavor $14,988,657
The Urban Affairs Coalition Freedom Rings: Sustainable Broadband Adoption $11,804,015
Foundation for California Community Colleges California Connects $10,944,843
University of California, Davis California Telehealth Network – eHealth Broadband Adoption $9,119,828
Central Iowa Hospital Corporation, d/b/a Iowa Health-Des Moines Rural Iowa TeleHealth Initiative $8,321,815
City and County of San Francisco San Francisco Community Broadband Opportunities Program (SF-CBOP) $7,931,632
Computers for Youth Foundation, Inc. CFY/LAUSD Family Broadband Engagement Program $7,615,229
California Emerging Technology Fund Broadband Awareness and Adoption $7,251,295
California Emerging Technology Fund Access to Careers and Technology – ACT $7,108,181
City of Chicago SmartChicago Sustainable Broadband Adoption $7,074,369
Connected Nation, Inc. Public Adoption through Libraries (OPAL II): Every Community Online $6,856,399
City of New York SBA NYC Connected Foundations $5,962,124
Michigan State University Broadband Adoption through Education and E-Entrepreneurship in Michigan's Urban Cores $5,215,507
C.K. Blandin Foundation Minnesota Intelligent Rural Communities $4,858,219
Connected Living, Inc. (Name changed from MyWay Village, Inc.) Getting Illinois Low Income Seniors and People with Disabilities Online $4,731,442
University of Alaska Fairbanks Bridging the e-Skills Gap in Alaska $4,544,546
Future Generations Graduate School Equipping West Virginia’s Fire and Rescue Squads with Technology and Training to Serve Communities $4,461,874
City of Boston Boston Sustainable Broadband Adoption (BSBA) $4,312,476
District of Columbia Government DC Broadband Education, Training and Adoption (DC-BETA) $4,196,777
Connect Arkansas Inc. Expanding Broadband Use in Arkansas Through Education $3,702,738
School Board of Miami-Dade County Miami-Dade County Public Schools-Get Connected-Go Global-Sustainable Broadband Adoption Program $3,473,498
Portland State University Learner Web Partnership: A Multi-State Support System for Broadband Adoption by Vulnerable Adults $3,318,031

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