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Connected Nation Previews Interactive Broadband Mapping Tool at Technology Policy Exhibition in Washington, D.C.

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  • Iowa gets broadband boost with aid of grant

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  • Recent News // Iowa Awarded $2.2 Million For Broadband Initiative

    Tuesday, January 05, 2010

    Recent News // Iowa Taps Connected Nation to Map Broadband Availability

    Tuesday, January 05, 2010

    Iowa lands $2.2 million grant for broadband mapping, planning

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  • Broadband mapping of Iowa to begin

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    David Daack

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    Community Technology Advisor
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    ddaack@connectiowa.org
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    David Daack serves as Community Technology Advisor for Connect Iowa. David coordinates and manages the activities of the Iowa local community planning teams. He identifies and trains local champions to bring together representatives from local government, education, business and industry, agriculture, healthcare, and other sectors to serve as dedicated participants in the local planning process.

    Debi Durham

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    Director
    Iowa Economic Development Authority
    Improved broadband connectivity is vital in terms of spurring economic development. Better broadband access stimulates job creation, boosts productivity, improves educational resources for tomorrow’s workforce, and ultimately enhances the state’s economic standing in the international arena. 

    Shawn Wagner

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    FirstNet Outreach Specialist
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    swagner@connectiowa.org
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    Shawn Wagner serves as Community Technology Advisor for Connect Iowa. Shawn coordinates and manages the activities of the Iowa local community planning teams. He identifies and trains local champions to bring together representatives from local government, education, business and industry, agriculture, healthcare, and other sectors to serve as dedicated participants in the local planning process. He provides “train-the-trainer” activities to the local community planning teams on the broadband landscape to spur digital literacy activities in each region.

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