Digital Inclusion practitioners have been working to end the digital divide for decades, creating their own community, definitions, resources, and gaining knowledge of what works and doesn’t. Digital Inclusion is a multifaceted issue that takes time to understand and NDIA is here to help! Registration Required.
The Pew Charitable Trusts will host its inaugural Broadband Access Summit in Cleveland, OH. The event will bring together policy experts and public sector stakeholders for workshops and discussions designed to equip attendees with the essential knowledge, skills, and partnerships to get started on the path to internet for all. Register here.
We now have rules in hand for two of the highly anticipated broadband programs created by the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA): The Broadband Equity, Access and Deployment (BEAD) program and the Enabling Middle Mile Broadband Infrastructure program. The Notices of Funding Opportunity (NOFOs) for each program answer some of the broadband community’s questions […]
Join ILSR & NDIA for chapter 2 of the Building For Digital Equity series. We will be discussing organizing for broadband in communities. In the first Building for Digital Equity event we discussed the new policies and funding options available that can be applied at the state and local levels to help communities improve their […]