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UMVRDC Accepting Proposals for Broadband Projects until November 22

by Dawn Hegland on October 25th, 2010

The UMVRDC, as one of 11 Minnesota Intelligent Rural Communities funded through the Blandin Foundation and the U.S. Department of Commerce, has $75,000 in seed funds for projects that promote the use of broadband technology and that can show measureable outcomes by March 2012. Eligible recipients include local units of government, not-for-profit organizations including health care facilities and schools. Private, for-profit entities can participate in partnership with eligible organizations. Match requirements vary. Proposals are due November 22.

Click here for a more detailed article about the project. A link to the RFP is included at the bottom of the article.

For questions, contact Dawn Hegland or Jacki Anderson at 320-289-1981.

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