Net Inclusion 2022 is in-person in Portland, Oregon February 15-17th, 2022!

We will begin Tuesday, February 15th with workshops at the University of Oregon’s Portland Campus and Digital Inclusion Site Tours. February 16th and 17th will be full of interactive sessions at Portland State University. Join hundreds of digital inclusion community practitioners, advocates, academics, Internet service providers, and policymakers to discuss:

      • local, state, and federal policies and policy innovations impacting digital equity,
      • sources of financial and programmatic support of digital inclusion programs,
      • and digital inclusion best practices from across the country.

Registration will open Monday, October 11th!

With our community growing so rapidly – we expect to hit capacity very quickly! To guarantee your spot, plan to register for Net Inclusion 2022 within the first week of registration opening! NDIA is working to live stream the entire conference to accommodate people unable to travel or those who miss registration. A discounted room block for Hotel Zag will be available during registration.

We look forward to seeing you soon!

Registration Costs


Nonprofit/Government One-Day PassNonprofit/Government Full ConferenceFor Profit One-Day PassFor Profit Full Conference
Sponsors are essential to keeping registration costs low and
making Net Inclusion a well-curated experience.
As always, subscribers will receive a discount to Net Inclusion –
just another reason to join our Subscriber Community!

"NDIA continues to be a leader in mobilizing the national conversation on these issues and creating space for us to come together to share learnings and innovate solutions. The conference format is collaborative and empowering – providing opportunities for peer-to-peer learning with inspiring keynotes, workshops, local site tours, and networking time.”

Rebecca Gibbons, City of Portland

“Amazing, a great place to network”

DawnDra Landon, Program Manager at DigitalC

“It was a wonderful experience, and I came away with a much deeper understanding of the issues and challenges we all face. I have not attended a conference with as many smart, dedicated, and enthusiastic people”

Matthew Robinson, Director of Distance Learning at GCFLearnFree

“It was a wonderful conference, my favorite to attend--I always learn things and so enjoy interacting with people in this field from across the country.”

Amy Huffman, Research and Policy Specialist at North Carolina Department of Information Technology

“This was absolutely the best conference I have been to in a long time - it was extremely applicable to my digital inclusion work, the attendees were all excited and enthusiastic to be there and to connect.”


“If you care about Digital Inclusion, you have to be at Net Inclusion. It seems like the entire Digital Inclusion community converges on the conference and you always are able to take multiple ideas home with you that you can quickly put into practice.”

Ed Blayney, Civic Technology Manager at Louisville Metro

Code of Conduct

NDIA and the whole team behind Net Inclusion strive to support an open exchange of ideas within a safe and respectful environment. We value your attendance at Net Inclusion, meetings, and events, and are dedicated to providing a positive event experience for all participants and members. We want Net Inclusion to be welcoming, supportive, and comfortable for all members of the digital inclusion community. Treat staff, event attendees, and speakers with respect. Participation in discussions and activities should be respectful at all times. All are expected to exercise tolerance of the perspectives and opinions of all present and use discretion with photographs, recordings, and sharing. Be aware of your presence, and be thoughtful in sharing, listening, and knowing when to do which. We do not tolerate harassment in any form. If a participant engages in disruptive or harassing behavior, Net Inclusion staff may take any action it deems appropriate, including warning the offender or expulsion from the event. If you are being harassed, or have any other concerns, please contact a staff person immediately.