ALA Washington Office releases paper on public computer center BTOP funding, library proposals

The ALA Washington Office today released a document to guide members of the library community who have a serious interest in applying to the Public Computer Center (PCC) funding category of the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP).

The paper, Public Computer Center Funding Category and Library Proposals, includes text about the PCC funding category from several National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) documents, provides library-specific examples to stimulate the thinking process for applicants from the library community, and reviews the overall BTOP objectives.

About Jenni Terry

Jenni Terry was a press officer with the Washington Office.

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