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Save the Date – Net Inclusion 2019 is April 1-3

Mark your calendars for April 1-3, 2019. The fourth annual Net Inclusion will take place in Charlotte NC! Net Inclusion 2019 will begin Monday, April 1st morning at the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond, Charlotte Branch with pre-conference events. Digital Inclusion...

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Announcing International Digital Inclusion Week 2018

In an effort to increase digital equity awareness globally, the National Digital Inclusion Alliance and the Australian Digital Inclusion Alliance are co-organizing International Digital Inclusion Week for October 15-21, 2018. The Week will highlight our similarities,...

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NDIA asks FCC to preserve EBS for digital inclusion

The National Digital Inclusion Alliance today submitted comments to the Federal Communications Commission on proposed new rules that could reduce future allocations of "Educational Broadband Service" (EBS) spectrum to local school systems, colleges and universities,...

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White Paper – Tier Flattening

Today NDIA released a new white paper: "Tier Flattening: AT&T and Verizon Home Customers Pay a High Price for Slow Internet". You can read or download a PDF copy at NDIA Tier Flattening July 2018. Summary: In recent years AT&T and Verizon, the nation's two...

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NDIA joins call for better Federal broadband data

Ten organizations including NDIA have called on the U.S. Commerce Department's National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) to take the lead in creating a new and improved system for gathering national data on broadband access and adoption,...

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Highlights from Digital Inclusion Week 2018

Thank you to the DIW National Planning team for their support, and to all the event hosts that helped to make Digital Inclusion Week 2018 a success! During the week, we were able to raise awareness about digital inequities and international efforts to close those...

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Worst Connected Cities 2016

Using data from the 2016 American Community Survey (ACS), released in September 2017 by the U.S. Census Bureau, NDIA ranked all 186 U.S. cities with more than 50,000 households by the total percentage of each city’s households lacking fixed broadband internet...

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Digital Inclusion Coalition Guidebook

Learning from six established community-wide digital inclusion coalitions, NDIA has created the Digital Inclusion Coalition Guidebook.  There are many ways organizations and individuals can come together to pursue common goals for our communities: nonprofit...

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