Grants Awarded: Public Computer Center Projects

Below is a list of all BTOP Public Computer Center 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
Alaska Department of Education & Early Development Networking Alaska Public Libraries $5,351,378
Arizona Office of Economic Recovery Arizona Job Help Hubs @ Your Library $1,646,936
Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records Arizona Public Computer Centers $1,278,528
Auburn University Equipment and Training for Rural Alabama Public Computer Centers $4,636,354
Boat People SOS, Inc. Neighborhood Empowerment and Support through Teamwork Community Technology Center – Bayou La Batre $461,539
Boat People SOS, Inc. Neighborhood Empowerment and Support through Teamwork Community Technology Center – Louisville $392,000
Cambridge Housing Authority Cambridge Housing Authority Community Computer Centers $698,924
City of Boston City of Boston Public Computing Centers $1,906,439
City of Brownsville Connect Brownsville $865,920
City of Chicago SmartChicago Public Computer Centers $8,974,283
City of El Paso The Virtual Village: Digital El Paso’s Pathway to Success $8,395,752
City of Los Angeles, California Los Angeles Computer Access Network $7,496,157
City of Milwaukee Connecting Milwaukee Communities $2,479,742
City of New York NYC Connected Communities $13,917,562
College of Menominee Nation Comprehensive Community Technology Center $3,355,956
Colorado Board of Education Bridging Colorado’s Great Digital Divide $2,275,526
Coppin State University Coppin Heights-Rosemont Family Computer Center: Creating Jobs and Improving Education and Health $932,116
County of Crook Crook County Computer and Education Center $3,908,064
Deaf Action Center of Louisiana AccessAmerica Video Remote Interpreting $1,380,513
Delaware Department of State Delaware Library Job/Learning Labs $1,899,929
EdLab Group Foundation (formerly known as The Puget Sound Center Foundation for Teaching, Learning, and Technology) Communities Connect Network $4,169,734
Fayetteville State University Fayetteville State University/Fayetteville Metropolitan Housing Authority Computer Center $1,012,401
Florida A&M University The FAMU Center for Public Computing and Workforce Development $1,477,722
Government of the District of Columbia DC Community Computing Resources $1,553,310
Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino Transforming Neighborhood Network Centers for Job Creation and Broadband Access $1,239,980

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