The U.S. Treasury will award the State of Hawaiʻi with $115M through the Coronavirus Capital Projects Fund which will help to improve critical infrastructure, including broadband for rural underserved areas. Official announcement and award notification is available here:

To help prioritize projects and create a strategic plan for the allocation of these funds for capital projects, the University of Hawaiʻi has been designated by Governor Ige to develop a strategic framework. For The State of Hawaiʻi to make data-driven decisions, residents are requested to submit a survey which collects information to help inform broadband advocacy and access in Hawaiʻi.  ʻAuamo Collaborative, the organization conducting the survey is hiring community liaisons to assist with data collection.

Please take the survey now to help the State of Hawaiʻi provide broadband access to those who need it most!

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