Institutionalization of Digital Inclusion Valley Vision is at the center of strategic efforts to improve broadband access in California’s Capital Region, paving the way for future-ready infrastructure and regional prosperity. As the manager of the Connected Capital Area Broadband Consortium (CCABC), Valley Vision coordinates efforts […]
Access to the internet is vital to success in education, searching for a job and accessing day-to-day information. Unfortunately, many of our low-income families in the Inland Empire do not have access to high speed internet, because of the cost. Sigma Beta Xi, Inc. has partnered with the California Emerging Technology Fund and various internet service providers to offer low-income families an affordable option to get connected to high speed internet.
Enabling individuals to efficiently identify and enroll in health and social services programs, as well as learn about computer training and broadband adoption. Referring 130,000 people to training programs and broadband services through One-e-App. This project was made possible with generous funding from the National […]
Expanding broadband service throughout the rural unserved counties of Alpine, El Dorado, Nevada, Placer, and Sierra in order to provide 300,000 people currently without access with service for multiple providers.
Working to make ubiquitous broadband available to all rural communities in the three county regions of Mono, Inyo and Eastern Kern, through the aggregation of users, engagement of the providers and potential users, simplification of the county and municipal policies and outreach to the unserved […]
Working to expand broadband service throughout the rural unserved counties including Siskiyou, Modoc, Shasta, Lassen, Tehama, Butte and Plumas Counties through the aggregation of users, engagement of the providers and potential users, simplification of the county and municipal policies and outreach to the unserved members […]
Supporting the integration of the CDA’s Virtual Dental Home (VDH) project into the proposed sites of the California Telehealth Network (CTN) in order to improve access to dental services to underserved and rural patients.
Implement a rural regional demand aggregation project that engages civic leaders, stakeholders and industry to: (a) quantify individual and aggregated demand by prospective anchor tenants, industry clusters, and residential areas, including price sensitivity; and (b) map infrastructure and other fixed assets that could be used […]