I. Introduction Insure the Uninsured Project (ITUP) is a nonproﬁt with over 25 years of experience in the California health policy landscape. We bring together unique stakeholders in ways others cannot and do not by creating connections, educational opportunities, and resources across sectors, geographies, program […]
In April 2023, Pew Charitable Trusts, the University of Southern California (USC), and the California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) with the National Urban League (NUL) as an Expert Advisor, hosted The Future of Digital Equity: Research, Policy, and Practice. The briefing was an opportunity to […]
Unanticipated Outcomes of a Telehealth Pilot Project in Skilled Nursing Facilities Care: Don’t Put the Cart Before the Course Preface from the Sponsor The California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) sponsored and funded the Skilled Nursing Facilities (SNF) Telehealth Pilot Project. The mission of CETF is […]
The California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) and the Geographical Information Center at Chico State Enterprises (CSE) have worked to provide information on Affordable Connectivity enrollment and progress in California. This is also tracked by county and ZIP code. The Affordable Connectivity Program is a government […]
Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) – Background 2022 Federal Broadband Funding Opportunities Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Infrastructure Adoption American Rescue Plan Act
Cellular companies will begin the 3G-to-5G technology transition in a few weeks. To make room for the powerful bandwidth and infrastructure required for the 5G spectrum, the 3G network will be completely disabled, leaving enterprise customers and individuals, who rely on devices powered by 3G, […]
Caltrans Sustainable Communities Grant to SCAG Transportation Broadband Strategies to Reduce VMT and GHG Study The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) awarded a Sustainable Communities Grant to the Southern California Association (SCAG) to study and assess the relationship between ubiquitous availability of broadband to all […]
Key Question: What can the Valley’s four public universities do to improve broadband infrastructure (access) and adoption, as well as digital inclusion, in the Valley, particularly in rural and urban underserved areas?