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
Eastern Upper Peninsula Intermediate School District Sparking Broadband Use in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan $3,165,207
Virgin Islands Public Finance Authority SBA viNGN Sustainable Broadband Adoption Program $2,535,082
Vermont Council on Rural Development e-Vermont: The Vermont Community Broadband Project $2,525,675
Georgia Partnership for TeleHealth, Inc. TeleConnect Georgia for Better Health $2,462,975
University of Wisconsin System SBA Building Community Capacity through Sustainable Broadband Adoption $2,390,414
Connected Tennessee, LLC Computers 4 Kids: Preparing Tennessee’s Next Generation for Success $2,287,387
Tampa Housing Authority AccessALL Tampa $2,131,322
Toledo Telephone Company, Inc. Toledo/Cowlitz Broadband Initiative $2,108,475
Mexican Institute of Greater Houston, Inc. Sustainable Broadband Adoption through Training for Hispanic Adults $2,015,025
North Carolina Central University NCCU School of Law Virtual Justice Broadband Project $1,978,526
New Mexico State Library Fast-Forward New Mexico $1,457,488
Axiom Technologies, LLC Washington County Education and Employment through Sustainable Broadband Adoption $1,429,596
ZeroDivide Generation ZD Digital Literacy Program $1,384,242
City of Tallahassee Apalachee Ridge Technology Learning Center Broadband Initiative $1,212,020
Alabama Department of Economic & Community Affairs Connecting Alabama: Boosting Broadband to Bridge the Digital Divide $1,181,348
The Inland Northwest Community Access Network (Tincan) Spokane Broadband Technology Alliance - SBA $980,591
Wildwood Programs, Inc. Wildwood Programs: Broadband Video for Human Services Agencies $845,363
University of Massachusetts–Lowell Lowell Internet, Networking and Knowledge: Sustaining Broadband Access Across the Generations $783,094
ZeroDivide Tribal Tribal Digital Village Broadband Adoption Program $686,157

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