The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has allocated $100 million to the Rural Broadband Expansion Experiments program. This program will provide funding to deploy broadband networks in high-cost or extremely high-cost areas within eligible census blocks. Applications were due on October 14, 2014 but have been delayed. The Project team will publish more information as it is released.
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