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
New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications NYC Connected Learning $22,162,825
North Carolina Central University NCCU School of Law Virtual Justice Broadband Project $1,978,526
One Community Connect Your Community $18,701,771
One Economy Corporation 21st Century Information and Support Ecosystem: Make It Easy Where You Are $28,519,482
Portland State University Learner Web Partnership: A Multi-State Support System for Broadband Adoption by Vulnerable Adults $3,318,031
School Board of Miami-Dade County Miami-Dade County Public Schools-Get Connected-Go Global-Sustainable Broadband Adoption Program $3,473,498
Tampa Housing Authority AccessALL Tampa $2,131,322
The Inland Northwest Community Access Network (Tincan) Spokane Broadband Technology Alliance - SBA $980,591
The Urban Affairs Coalition Freedom Rings: Sustainable Broadband Adoption $11,804,015
Toledo Telephone Company, Inc. Toledo/Cowlitz Broadband Initiative $2,108,475
University of Alaska Fairbanks Bridging the e-Skills Gap in Alaska $4,544,546
University of California, Davis California Telehealth Network – eHealth Broadband Adoption $9,119,828
University of Massachusetts–Lowell Lowell Internet, Networking and Knowledge: Sustaining Broadband Access Across the Generations $783,094
University of Wisconsin System SBA Building Community Capacity through Sustainable Broadband Adoption $2,390,414
Vermont Council on Rural Development e-Vermont: The Vermont Community Broadband Project $2,525,675
Virgin Islands Public Finance Authority SBA viNGN Sustainable Broadband Adoption Program $2,535,082
Wildwood Programs, Inc. Wildwood Programs: Broadband Video for Human Services Agencies $845,363
ZeroDivide Generation ZD Digital Literacy Program $1,384,242
ZeroDivide Tribal Tribal Digital Village Broadband Adoption Program $686,157

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