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Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program

Ketchikan Indian Community

The proposed project is a Broadband Use and Adoption Project that is designed to upgrade equipment for qualifying broadband services at 6 facilities owned by the Ketchikan Indian Community (KIC). These facilities are used by KIC employees to deliver health care, workforce development, education, housing, social services, behavioral health, natural resources, and other services that would benefit from improved broadband quality and accessibility. The implementation of the project is expected to enable broadband adoption activities, including telehealth, distance learning, telework, and workforce development.

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Broadband Use and Adoption
Type of Project

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