BROADBAND COVERAGE MAPS FOR EVERY TEXAS COUNTY RELEASED

How connected is Texas? Updated broadband coverage maps give new insights. These enhanced maps for every Texas county include more resident feedback and provider data.

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Digital Works at Fort Campbell Seeks to Lower High Unemployment Rate among Military Spouses

The program was developed in 2013 to support people interested in remote, telework jobs by providing them with relevant skills, training, and placement services for high-demand jobs.

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ABOUT CONNECTED NATION TEXAS

Creating better economic & life opportunities by expanding access, adoption, & use of broadband.

Connected Nation Texas is a statewide initiative funded by the Texas Rural Funders to support all Texans in leveraging broadband. Technology, especially widespread access, use, and adoption of broadband, improves all areas of life. We invite you to join us in changing communities and lives across Texas.

The Governor’s Broadband Development Council released its first report in November 2020, which highlights the state of broadband (high-speed internet) connectivity in unserved areas across Texas. You can download or simply read a copy of this report by clicking here

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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IMPORTANT: Initial milestone dates for the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program are released by the @FCC

See the attached image or click on the link for the FCC's release which includes more details:
http://bit.ly/38dbslX #ConnectedNation

ICYMI: House members quiz #telehealth experts on future of virtual health care in America

“Providers and patients like telehealth, so let’s do our best not to mess this up.” These are the questions lawmakers asked: https://bit.ly/3reYz1X #ConnectedNation

Pushing through barriers: What value women bring to the job market

Learning how to see the ways women contribute differently to the workplace and the unique skills they have can help all companies: http://bit.ly/3qapSJG #ConnectedNation #WomensHistoryMonth

As Texas faces internet battles on horizon, partnership aims to map connectivity

Not long ago, “policymakers viewed broadband as a luxury. Now, especially with the pandemic, we’ve seen it’s truly critical infrastructure.” READ:
http://bit.ly/3uT63Kh #ConnectedNation

This Texas county is asking residents and businesses to share details on their broadband.

How it will be used to develop a Technology Action Plan to improve internet access and speeds: http://bit.ly/2MKdt1i #ConnectedNation

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