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
City of New York NYC Connected Communities $13,917,562
Technology for All, Inc. Texas Connects Coalition $9,588,279
New York State Education Department New York Computer Centers: Broadbandexpress@yourlibrary $9,521,150
City of Chicago SmartChicago Public Computer Centers $8,974,283
State Library of Louisiana Louisiana Libraries Connecting People to Their Potential $8,797,668
City of El Paso The Virtual Village: Digital El Paso’s Pathway to Success $8,395,752
Texas State Library & Archives Commission Technology Expertise, Access, and Learning (TEAL) $7,955,941
City of Los Angeles, California Los Angeles Computer Access Network $7,496,157
The City of Philadelphia Philadelphia Freedom Rings $6,362,129
Michigan State University Evidence Based Computer Centers II $6,056,819
South Carolina State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education SC Reach for Success $5,903,040
Youth Policy Institute, Inc. YPI Public Computer Centers Program $5,572,361
Alaska Department of Education & Early Development Networking Alaska Public Libraries $5,351,378
Thomas Edison State College New Jersey Libraries: Anchor Institutions as Instruments of Recovery $5,104,914
Missouri Department of Higher Education Pathways to Broadband Access and Technology Education at Missouri’s Community Colleges $4,978,977
Las Vegas-Clark County Urban League Access to Computer Technology and Instruction in Online Networking (ACTION) $4,680,963
Auburn University Equipment and Training for Rural Alabama Public Computer Centers $4,636,354
EdLab Group Foundation (formerly known as The Puget Sound Center Foundation for Teaching, Learning, and Technology) Communities Connect Network $4,169,734
County of Crook Crook County Computer and Education Center $3,908,064
Mission Economic Development Agency Latino Microenterprise Tech Net $3,724,128
Monterey County Office of Education Central Coast Broadband Consortium Public Computing Alliance $3,631,495
College of Menominee Nation Comprehensive Community Technology Center $3,355,956
Virgin Islands Public Finance Authority viNGN Public Computer Centers Program $3,021,867
Regents of the University of Minnesota Broadband Access Project (BAP) $2,862,333
City of Milwaukee Connecting Milwaukee Communities $2,479,742
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