NJ Office of Broadband Connectivity

NJ Office of Broadband Connectivity

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New Jersey Digital Equity Capacity Application submitted to NTIA.

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New Jersey: $263.7 Million For Affordable, Reliable, High-Speed Internet Service

New Jersey: $263.7 Million

For Affordable, Reliable, High-Speed Internet Service

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Ensuring Every American has Access to Internet

The mission of New Jersey’s Office of Broadband Connectivity (OBC) is to ensure that our residents, businesses, and communities have equitable access to affordable Internet service. Internet connectivity provides high-speed internet necessary for economic growth and innovation, education, emergency services, healthcare, and telecommunications infrastructure. Access to high-speed internet helps to ensure public safety, increase opportunities for our businesses and workforce and provide equal opportunity for students.

“In this day and age, everyone should have high-speed Internet through which they can access remote education opportunities for themselves and their children, take advantage of telehealth, or work from home. There are still far too many New Jersey residents and businesses who don’t have access to high-speed internet and it is the Murphy Administration’s goal to make sure that they do as quickly as possible.” Christine Guhl-Sadovy, President, New Jersey Board of Public Utilities

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