Internet For All
Programs click on this link to see programs, below is an overview

President Biden wants to connect everyone in America to affordable, reliable high-speed internet. The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law provides $65 billion in funding to help achieve that goal. These funds add to and support existing programs that expand internet access and use.

Four agencies are leading this historic effort: the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the Department of the Treasury, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).

Programs support high-speed internet planning, infrastructure, and adoption. We define these terms as follows:

  • Planning: Data collection, mapping, and feasibility studies to help develop internet expansion projects.
  • Infrastructure: Infrastructure for high-speed internet deployment.
  • Adoption: Activities that ensure users can access and meaningfully use high-speed internet. Includes subsidies, equipment, public access, digital literacy, skills training, workforce development, telehealth, and remote learning.

The goal of these programs is to achieve digital equity through improved access and intentional, inclusive planning that leads to effective, impactful outcomes. Because everyone in America should have access to reliable and affordable high-speed internet.

OverviewIf you need help with project planning or technical support, visit BroadbandUSA. To view these and additional broadband Federal Funding opportunities, visit BroadbandUSA's Federal Funding site.

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