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Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program

Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe of the Shoalwater Bay Indian Reservation

The Broadband Infrastructure Deployment project proposes to deploy a 1.8-mile fiber connection to connect unserved Tribal government buildings and 46 Tribal homes, and purchase Customer Premises Equipment as part of a 2.5 GHz deployment.  Additionally, a service cabinet will be purchased and erected which will provide a means to connect the 1.8-mile project to Phase II, which will prepare the Tribe to improve access to broadband services for all Tribal members with additional funding.

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Broadband Infrastructure Deployment
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