Press Releases

The NCDIT Division of Broadband and Digital Equity today posted Completing Access to Broadband (CAB) program scopes of work to expand high-speed internet access to unserved and underserved homes and businesses.

The U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) has accepted the North Carolina Digital Equity Plan, making the state eligible to apply for more than $22 million in federal digital inclusion funds to begin implementing it.

The NCDIT Division of Broadband and Digital Equity today posted Completing Access to Broadband (CAB) program scopes of work to expand high-speed internet access to unserved and underserved homes and businesses.

The NCDIT Division of Broadband and Digital Equity today posted Completing Access to Broadband (CAB) program scopes of work to expand high-speed internet access to unserved and underserved homes and businesses.

The NCDIT Division of Broadband and Digital Equity today posted Completing Access to Broadband (CAB) program scopes of work to expand high-speed internet access to unserved and underserved homes and businesses.

Nate Denny, deputy secretary for broadband and digital equity for the N.C. Department of Information Technology, has been appointed to the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) Intergovernmental Advisory Committee as the designee for Gov. Roy Cooper.

The NCDIT Division of Broadband and Digital Equity today announced the internet service providers that have been prequalified to participate in multiple state broadband expansion programs, including the Completing Access to Broadband, Broadband Pole Replacement and Stop-Gap Solutions programs.

A new program through the N.C. Department of Information Technology’s (NCDIT) Office of Digital Equity and Literacy will award $14 million in grants to community organizations to help North Carolinians afford high-speed internet, obtain digital devices and access digital literacy resources.

Governor Roy Cooper joined President Joe Biden in Raleigh today to announce $82 million in new investments from the American Rescue Plan’s Capital Projects Fund that will connect at least 16,000 North Carolina homes and businesses to high-speed internet as part of the Biden-Harris Administration’s Investing in America agenda.

Governor Roy Cooper today urged Congressional leaders to support the bipartisan Affordable Connectivity Extension Act. This legislation will provide $7 billion to continue the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) and ensure millions of low-income U.S. households stay connected to reliable high-speed internet when current funding is projected to end in mid-2024.