NTIA has allocated $1736M in BEAD funding to Missouri.
Connecting All Missourians will be a group of programs. These programs will be funded under the Digital Equity Act (DEA) and the Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (BEAD) program, both part of the Infrastructure, Investment, and Jobs Act (IIJA). Funding will inform the state’s plans for spending more than $100 million toward broadband deployment and more than $20 million toward addressing non-infrastructure barriers to full participation in the digital world.
Rules & Application Information
Program details coming soon.
No awards at this time.
The Missouri Broadband Infrastructure Grant Program is a competitive grant program designed to fund broadband infrastructure projects in areas that currently lack access to high-speed, reliable broadband. This program utilizes CPF funds to bring service to areas where broadband infrastructure projects would not be feasible without assistance. The program is designed to provide internet service with speeds of 100/100 Mbps symmetrical to households and businesses upon project completion. The fund received over $195 million from the Treasury Capital Projects Fund.