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Join us on the 1-year anniversary of the Infrastructure Act

Tuesday marks the one-year anniversary of the signing of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. The Biden administration has been working hard to lay the groundwork to get all Americans connected to the Internet. 

The IIJA is the United States' largest ever investment in establishing affordable, high-speed internet access for all.

Broadband.money has been working hard too to arm providers, state and local government officials, and the public with tools to easily see where the money should go, to apply for funding, and then to manage their networks and comply with funding requirements.

Find out more this Wednesday when Broadband.money's Scott D. Woods holds online office hours to show you how to use the Community Broadband Kit to establish your local community's current connectivity profile, and our Broadband Audit pages to see the big picture of where new networks ought to be built. 

 

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