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Michigan High-Speed Internet Office
Access to affordable high-speed internet is a necessity in our professional, personal and social lives. A lack of connectivity is a barrier to online learning, healthcare and economic opportunity. That's why Gov. Gretchen Whitmer issued Executive Directive 2021-2 to establish the Michigan High-Speed Internet Office (MIHI), which coordinates investments made into broadband infrastructure and its utilization.Learn more about MIHI
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MI Connected Future Listening Tour
Creating accurate broadband maps is one of the first steps to promoting broadband expansion and technology growth in Michigan. The Connected Nation Michigan mapping initiative is working closely with broadband providers from across the state to develop a variety of broadband inventory maps for public use.
In today’s society, the fastest way to create an even playing field for all is access to high-speed internet. These broadband internet projects, along with additional infrastructure initiatives we are undertaking, will provide underserved communities in Michigan with high-speed internet service. This critical service is no longer a luxury but is a necessity that allows every Michigander to get a quality education and compete in the global economy.
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Connecting Michigan Communities Grant Program
The Michigan Department of Technology, Management, and Budget (DTMB) provided a grant opportunity to extend broadband service into unserved areas in Michigan. The grant demonstrates collaboration to achieve community investment and economic development goals of the area impacted.