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.

Recipient Project Total Awardsort icon State
Santa Fe Civic Housing Authority Santa Fe Civic Housing Authority Public Computer Labs $176,400
Mitchell County Historic Courthouse Foundation Mitchell County Virtual Learning and Communications Center $239,194
Boat People SOS, Inc. Neighborhood Empowerment and Support through Teamwork Community Technology Center – Louisville $392,000
Olive Hill Community Economic Development Corporation Valdese Public Computer Center $448,742
Boat People SOS, Inc. Neighborhood Empowerment and Support through Teamwork Community Technology Center – Bayou La Batre $461,539
New York Department of Labor One-Stop Broadband Education Access Mentoring (One-Stop BEAM) $536,737
Tennessee State Library & Archives Bridging the Gap: Bringing Broadband Technology to Tennessee’s Impoverished and Unemployed $557,020
Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe 5-Point Access Public Computer Centers Program $641,750
Cambridge Housing Authority Cambridge Housing Authority Community Computer Centers $698,924
Louisville-Jefferson County Metro Metro Louisville Public Library Computing Centers Expansion $743,741
Lyon County School District Computing Centers for Rural Nevada $745,005
Neighborhood Learning Alliance (formerly known as Wireless Neighborhoods) Pittsburgh CONNECTS $784,000
Nevada Department of Cultural Affairs Nevada One Click Away $806,045
City of Brownsville Connect Brownsville $865,920
Michigan State University Evidence Based Computer Center Deployment $895,482
WinstonNet, Inc. WinstonNet Enhanced Community Computer Centers for Forsyth County $926,537
Coppin State University Coppin Heights-Rosemont Family Computer Center: Creating Jobs and Improving Education and Health $932,116
Fayetteville State University Fayetteville State University/Fayetteville Metropolitan Housing Authority Computer Center $1,012,401
Professional Resources Management of Rabun, LLC Technology Works! $1,097,091
Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino Transforming Neighborhood Network Centers for Job Creation and Broadband Access $1,239,980
OSHEAN Inc. Beacon 2.0 Library Computer Center $1,245,500
Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records Arizona Public Computer Centers $1,278,528
The Inland Northwest Community Access Network (Tincan) Spokane Broadband Technology Alliance - PCC $1,283,641
Kentucky Arts, Education & Humanities Cabinet Kentucky Public Library PCC Workforce Opportunity Expansion $1,349,826
Maine State Library Maine Public Library Information Commons Project $1,362,459
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