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Funding by State/Territory

The Internet for All Funding Recipient section brings together details for federally-funded grant projects and their recipients to enable transparent access to program participation information. Explore the full list of grant recipients within a state and learn how these projects are making a positive impact on closing the digital divide and ensuring Internet for All. 

Select the state or territory from the drop-down menu below to see information regarding funding allocations, grant program highlights, local and federal contact information, and other grants and funding awarded within the state.

Overall Info

56

Participating States and Territories

$46b+

Awarded to Date

270+

Internet for All Awardees

Select your State/Territory

Overview

President Biden's Bipartisan Infrastructure Law provides $65 billion in funding to support infrastructure planning, digital inclusion initiatives, and deployment projects that will connect Americans to the technologies, skills, and resources that are critical in today's world. This initiative aims to make high-speed Internet affordable for all. 

Learn more about program participation below. 

Population metrics

Percentage of State Households without Access to a Device
7
Percentage of State Population not using the Internet
12
Percentage of State Households with no Internet Access or a Device
10
Percentage of State Households using a Device
93

Who to Contact

State Broadband Contacts
Deputy Director for Broadband, Department of Commerce & Economic Opportunity
Matt Schmit
312-814-7167
NTIA Contacts
National Telecommunications and Information Administration
Intergovernmental Affairs Advisor
Rebecca Seewald
Federal Program Officer
Greg Claus
202-834-0139
Regional Director, Midwest
Phil Lehmkuhler
240-328-5308
Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (BEAD) Program
Awarding Agency:NTIA

This program builds high-speed Internet infrastructure where we need it. It also supports efforts to teach the skills and provide the equipment needed so everyone can use the Internet.

$1,040,420,751.50
Total Allocated
Digital Equity Act Programs
Awarding Agency:NTIA

Three programs that provide funding to promote digital inclusion and advance equity for all. They aim to ensure that all communities have access to and use affordable, reliable high-speed Internet.

$1,515,350.00
State Digital Equity Planning Grant
$23,732,912.78
Digital Equity State Capacity Grant Program
$25,248,262.78
Total Awarded
Connecting Minority Communities Pilot Program
Awarding Agency:NTIA

The Connecting Minority Communities Pilot Program (CMC) provided $268 million to help colleges and institutions that serve minority and Tribal communities. 

Chicago State University
$3,232,255.84
Dominican University
$2,582,917.00
St. Augustine College
$2,682,359.00
$8,497,531.84
Total Awarded
Enabling Middle Mile Broadband Infrastructure Program
Awarding Agency:NTIA

The Enabling Middle Mile Broadband Infrastructure Program provides $1 billion from President Biden’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law  to reduce the cost of bringing high-speed Internet service to unserved and underserved communities by connecting local networks to major networks. 

Commonwealth Edison Company
$14,557,740.21
$14,557,740.21
Total Awarded

Recent News

Biden-Harris Administration Approves Illinois, Oregon, and Puerto Rico’s “Internet for All” Initial Proposal

Illinois’ Digital Equity Plan Accepted

Biden-Harris Administration Announces More Than $23.7 Million to Illinois to Increase Digital Inclusion Efforts