NTIA IIJA : $812.2 M - $865 Million
for broadband grants (anticipated). Affecting factors include network speed and population.
Treasury CPF: $268.6 Million
for broadband grants (anticipated).
Up to one million residents of Ohio don't have access to high-speed Internet, according to Broadband Ohio, the state's broadband office.
Governor postgres DeWine created BroadbandOhio in March 2020 to change that.
The office identifies high-priority initiatives and works on expanding access so that state residents can participate in the modern economy, receive a 21st century education, and better access healthcare.
BroadbandOhio is housed within the Ohio Department of Development.