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Ensuring every Georgian has reliable and affordable access to the internet with tools and skills that unlock opportunities for prosperous communities.
About Georgia Broadband
GTA is currently in the planning phase for grant funds from the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (BEAD) Program. These dollars will be used to support broadband grants to serve unserved and underserved locations in Georgia.
Our plan not only aims to establish and track measurable objectives for digital equity, but also places these goals in the broader context of economic development, workforce training, public health, educational outcomes, and civic engagement.
If your organization offers programs that support digital skills development, provides Wi-Fi access, or hosts community events, this survey is for you. Your input helps ensure every Georgian has access to the digital tools and support they need.
We can help connect you to funding opportunities that support broadband planning, digital equity, and deployment projects.
We're seeking information from Georgia government agencies, community organizations, and employers about your experience and needs in accessing broadband.
June 26, 2023
Georgia will receive $1.3 billion out of a $42 billion nationwide federal investment in broadband expansion, the largest in U.S. history, the Biden administration announced Monday.
June 12, 2023
Governor Kemp today announced nearly $15 million in preliminary grant awards for broadband internet expansion through the second round of the Capital Projects Fund Grant Program.
March 21, 2023
Oneisha Freeman, digital connectivity manager of GTA, said the meetings have the dual purpose of providing communities with resources they could utilize and gauging feedback that helps shape GTA programs.
March 3, 2023
States are poised to play a critical role in the broadband funding landscape, as they will soon receive allocations from the $42.5 billion BEAD program.
January 4, 2023
Governor Kemp announced over $234 million in grant awards Wednesday that will expand broadband internet connectivity for homes and businesses in 28 counties through the Capital Projects Fund Grant Program.
Governor Kemp today announced over $234 million in 29 preliminary grant awards for broadband internet expansion through the Capital Projects Fund Grant Program.
August 12, 2022
Today, Governor Kemp announced the investment of $240 million to support the continued expansion of high-speed internet services to Georgians.
June 28, 2022
Ocmulgee EMC announced plans today to transform life for its members by partnering with Conexon Connect to provide access to reliable, affordable, high-speed fiber broadband service.
February 3, 2022
Governor Kemp today applauded the news of Jackson EMC and TruVista announcing an agreement to deliver fiber broadband to 8,000 homes and business in three counties in Jackson EMC's service area: Jackson, Banks, and Madison.
February 1, 2022
Governor Kemp, joined by members of the Broadband Infrastructure Committee and state leaders, today announced almost $408 million in preliminary awards which will provide communities, households, and businesses in 70 Georgia counties access to faster and more reliable broadband.