On September 14 & 15, the CBO hosted webinars to discuss learnings and best practices surrounding the 87 Letters Of Intent (LOIs) our team received for broadband projects across the state. Presentation slides and recording can be found below. Learn more about LOIs and the Advance Colorado Broadband Grant Program on our website.
Capital Projects Fund
The Colorado Broadband Office (CBO) within the Governor’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) has launched a new grant program to support broadband expansion and modernization throughout the state.
The Colorado Broadband Office hosted two webinars to review the letter of intent (LOI) to apply for broadband grants. The CBO answered questions on this first step in deploying funds from federal broadband programs.
Recordings and Slides are available below:
The Colorado Broadband Office (CBO) has created county level maps to support the deployment of the Capital Projects Funds in Colorado. These maps represent the most accurate information currently available to the CBO, including broadband coverage, infrastructure, community anchor institutions (CAIs), Broadband Fund awards, and a selection of federal funding information for each county. Please note that there are two maps to represent each county: one shows CAIs and Funding, and the other shows Infrastructure and Advertised Service.
The CBO has posted a Request For Proposals (RFP) for Grant Services Program consulting and development for the Colorado Broadband Office Capital Project Funds (CPF) Grant Program. The RFP was published April 1 and closes May 2 at 2 p.m. MDT.
The CBO will be hosting two listening sessions for a working group on generating a plan for the Coronavirus Capital Projects Funds (CPF). These sessions are scheduled for: