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.

Recipientsort icon Project Total Award State
Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District Sparking Broadband Use in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan $3,165,207
District of Columbia Government DC Broadband Education, Training and Adoption (DC-BETA) $4,196,777
Connected Tennessee, LLC Computers 4 Kids: Preparing Tennessee’s Next Generation for Success $2,287,387
Connected Nation, Inc. Public Adoption through Libraries (OPAL II): Every Community Online $6,856,399
Connected Living, Inc. (Name changed from MyWay Village, Inc.) Getting Illinois Low Income Seniors and People with Disabilities Online $4,731,442
Connect Arkansas Inc. Expanding Broadband Use in Arkansas Through Education $3,702,738
Computers for Youth Foundation, Inc. CFY/LAUSD Family Broadband Engagement Program $7,615,229
Communication Service for the Deaf, Inc. Project Endeavor $14,988,657
City of Tallahassee Apalachee Ridge Technology Learning Center Broadband Initiative $1,212,020
City of New York SBA NYC Connected Foundations $5,962,124
City of Chicago SmartChicago Sustainable Broadband Adoption $7,074,369
City of Boston Boston Sustainable Broadband Adoption (BSBA) $4,312,476
City and County of San Francisco San Francisco Community Broadband Opportunities Program (SF-CBOP) $7,931,632
Central Iowa Hospital Corporation, d/b/a Iowa Health-Des Moines Rural Iowa TeleHealth Initiative $8,321,815
California Emerging Technology Fund Broadband Awareness and Adoption $7,251,295
California Emerging Technology Fund Access to Careers and Technology – ACT $7,108,181
C.K. Blandin Foundation Minnesota Intelligent Rural Communities $4,858,219
Axiom Technologies, LLC Washington County Education and Employment through Sustainable Broadband Adoption $1,429,596
Alabama Department of Economic & Community Affairs Connecting Alabama: Boosting Broadband to Bridge the Digital Divide $1,181,348

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