NDIA Blog Posts

Illinois Partners with NDIA, Commits to Digital Equity

Illinois Partners with NDIA, Commits to Digital Equity

Illinois Governor Jay Robert Pritzker, alongside the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity, has announced a Digital Equity Package worth approximately three-quarter of a million dollars to tackle the digital divide that exists in the state. This is...

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Another Successful Digital Inclusion Week!

Another Successful Digital Inclusion Week!

​Digital Inclusion Week 2020 was a huge success! With COVID-19 shining light on the importance of Digital Inclusion initiatives, this year was more essential than ever. Our community events reached hundreds of thousands of people on social media, received the...

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What Happens When The U.S. Does Not Regulate Broadband?

What Happens When The U.S. Does Not Regulate Broadband?

On October 13, 2020 NDIA filed comments with Public Knowledge and six other organizations in response to the Federal Communication Commission’s Bridging the Digital Divide for Low-Income Consumers Reform and Modernization Order. Our comments focused on AT&T’s...

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Revised Digital Inclusion Start-Up Manual is Live

Revised Digital Inclusion Start-Up Manual is Live

NDIA has published a revised version of its Digital Inclusion Start-Up Manual to reflect best practices and lessons learned around operating programs in the age of COVID-19. Initially published in April 2019 as a guidebook for local individuals and institutions to...

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The Worst Connected U.S. Cities of 2019

The Worst Connected U.S. Cities of 2019

Using data from the 2019 American Community Survey (ACS) One-Year Estimates, today the National Digital Inclusion Alliance releases its annual rankings for America's Worst Connected Cities. Our analysis this year looked at cities with populations of 65,000 or more to...

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What Are Single Payer Agreements?

What Are Single Payer Agreements?

Featured Image provided by Computer ReachGiven the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the U.S.’s focus on internet access has grown exponentially. Students and parents have increasingly become dependent on broadband service to engage in online learning, pay bills, communicate...

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