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The strategic plan for the Alabama Digital Expansion Division is designed to help the state achieve its broadband goals, including facilitating broadband expansion, particularly in rural, underserved, and unserved areas; addressing obstacles to broadband adoption; and developing funding strategies for deployment.
This letter to Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen asks that American Rescue Plan-funded broadband projects contain higher standards for speeds and accountability, and recommends that states be given flexibility to set priorities based on local needs and use funds for planning and technical assistance projects.
This 2020 report and action plan was created to gather data and input to inform state and federal policymakers about how to optimize the use of telehealth. The Covid-19 pandemic showed the importance of investing in internet infrastructure to enable access to telehealth. This report argues that the digital divide has become a "digital cliff" where residents fall into deeper poverty and greater isolation. It focuses on the status of telehealth in California, gaps and barriers to optimizing telehealth, and the development of an action plan to advance telehealth policy and funding.
The Nevada State Broadband Connectivity Strategy is a strategic plan for Nevada to deploy additional broadband infrastructure and close the digital divide. The chief recommendations for reaching the state’s goal of universal broadband access focus on supporting disadvantaged communities, investing in infrastructure, and modernizing state government online services to better serve rural, low-income citizens.
Produced in November 2019, Broadband in Nebraska: Current Landscape & Recommendations updates a similar report for the state made five years earlier. The primary goals described in the report are to increase household adoption of broadband, increase availability, and support broadband-related development. Some essential recommendations are to improve broadband data collection and mapping, encourage investment in Nebraska's telecommunications infrastructure, and support the development of libraries as community institutions.
The 2021 Wisconsin State Broadband Plan succinctly lists the goals and strategies the Public Service Commission has for broadband in the State. It aims to make high-performance broadband in Wisconsin more accessible, resilient, competitive, and affordable through strategies like data gathering, infrastructure investments, partnership and capacity building, and a digital equity and inclusion framework.
This State Broadband Plan from West Virginia, published in 2019, reviews activities to date of the West Virginia Broadband Enhancement Council and sets the Council's goals for facilitating broadband deployment while outlining numerous strategies to meet those goals.
The Resource Library is a curated collection of expert broadband resources, including funding guides, policy analyses, how-tos, and more. Every resource has been verified by the CTC Energy & Technology team, drawing on their more than forty years of expertise. The library is continuously updated as new resources are submitted for review. Search the resource library to find analysis, explainers, and case studies to answer your broadband questions.
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