What is BEAD?

BEAD stands for Broadband Equity Access and Deployment. It is a $42.45 Billion dollar program the federal government is using to fund planning, infrastructure, deployment and internet adoption programs in order to expand high-speed internet in all 50 states plus Washington, D.C., our commonwealths and territories. Indiana was awarded $868 million in BEAD funds to ensure that every Indiana resident has access to high-speed, reliable, affordable broadband access. The Indiana Broadband Office is working to determine how these dollars will be spent.

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