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Announcing Public Policy Update Webinars

We are excited to announce two briefings coming up that are generously presented by Public Knowledge for NDIA affiliates. Please join us for a briefing on spectrum policy on November 19th and a briefing on the federal privacy debate on December 3rd. We'll...

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Worst Connected Cities 2017

NDIA has released our fourth annual “Worst Connected Cities” ranking, based on U.S. Census American Community Survey (ACS) data for 2017. The new report covers 191 U.S. cities and “Census places” with 50,000 or more households. We’ve ranked these communities by the...

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Recording of International Digital Inclusion Week Webinar

As part of International Digital Inclusion Week, four panelists from four different countries representing a variety of digital inclusion activities discussed digital inclusion challenges and strategies. They dug into how digital inclusion is addressed by...

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IDIW2018 Webinar

In partnership with the Australian Digital Inclusion Alliance, Good Things Foundation (UK) and All Digital (Europe), IDIW 2018 includes an online panel discussion. The four panelists represent a variety of digital inclusion activities. The panel will...

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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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