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Project Resources

The Oregon Broadband Advisory Council (OBAC) oversaw and provided guidance for the project. The project was administered by Business Oregon. Additional project resources are:

  • a project manager
  • a project administrative assistant
  • a project consultant and
  • trainers

Performance Measures

The project team provided training and support to local leaders for the participating communities. Local community organizations and leaders collaborated in the process as partners with the project leaders and the project team.

Local participants included key sectors in the process:

  • education
  • government
  • public safety
  • libraries
  • health care
  • business
  • residents

Additional Resources

Exploring the Digital Nation: America's Emerging Online Experience (June 2013)
White House Broadband Progress Report (June 2013)
NTIA Community Broadband Outreach Toolkit
NTIA Broadband Adoption Toolkit (May 2013)
The National Broadband Plan
National Broadband Map
Oregon Broadband Mapping Project
Oregon NTIA Grant Awards
CUB Connects
Transforming Communities with Fiber
Broadband for Rural America: Economic Impacts and Economic Opportunities
Connecting to Our Future: Portland Strategic Broadband Plan
Developing Broadband Policy (Rhode Island)
Regional Broadband Planning (Utah)
Broadband Planning Workshop (Arizona)
Rural Broadband Availability and Adoption: Evidence, Policy Challenges and Options
City of Vancouver, Washington, Digital Strategy