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Connected Nation Iowa is working to ensure that all can experience the benefits of broadband. Technology, especially widespread access, use and adoption of broadband, improves all areas of life. Our mission is to improve lives by providing innovative solutions that expand the access, adoption, and use of high-speed internet and its related technologies to all people. Everyone belongs in a Connected Nation.
Creating better economic & life opportunities by expanding access, adoption, & use of broadband.
Connect Iowa, in partnership with the Iowa Public Service Commission, is working to ensure that all can experience the benefits of broadband. Technology, especially widespread access, use and adoption of broadband, improves all areas of life. Connect Iowa invites you to join us in changing communities and lives across Iowa.
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Latest Broadband News
Learn more about the ways we’ve been working to close the Digital Divide and where we’re already having an impact.
Summit offers new insights about the future of telehealth, rural broadband in AmericaMay 5, 2021
Don’t get mad about bad internet access in your community, get even.April 7, 2021
Policy Brief: The American Rescue Plan and its impact on broadbandMarch 24, 2021
It’s time for even more women to take on techMarch 22, 2021
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Connected Nation applauds Emergency Broadband Benefit Program as it officially opens to US families, individualsMay 12, 2021
FCC announces start date of Emergency Broadband Benefit ProgramApril 29, 2021
Statement from Connected Nation Chairman & CEO Thomas W. Ferree on President Biden’s Address to CongressApril 29, 2021
How America’s school districts can improve their internet connectivity for digital learning in every classroom, every dayApril 21, 2021
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