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Nevada Filed NTIA - BTOP Recommendations

Nevada Filed NTIA - BTOP Recommendations

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 Nevada Broadband Task Force Recommendations to National Telecommunications Information Administration October 2009 Page 1
State of Nevada Broadband Task Force
The State of Nevada Broadband Task Force represents rural health and hospitals, rural K-12school districts, rural libraries, distance higher education, telecommunications, cable, wireless,local and county government, transportation, economic development, and Native Americans.The task force met; adopted criteria for the three types of applications, infrastructure,sustainable adoption, and public computing centers; and divided into three subcommittees.Infrastructure members scored the full applications when provided by applicants; the other twosubcommittees scored the executive summaries. For some applications information was notavailable, and they were either scored using the information on BroadbandUSA.gov at the timeof scoring, or not scored at all.The subcommittees reported back to the full task force, which adopted their recommendations.Recommendations are below, followed by scoring criteria. The task force also voiced itsconcern that grant awards focus on unserved areas. All three subcommittees gave additionalpoints to projects that emphasize unserved areas.
Public Computing Centers
The task force recommends, with project #1 the highest priority:1. Las Vegas-Clark County Library District2. Las Vegas-Clark County Urban League
Infrastructure:
The task force ranks applications affecting Nevada in the following order, with project #1 thehighest priority:
1. Arizona Nevada Tower2. Statview Broadband Ltd.3. Schatnet Internet LLC4. Satellite Broadband ARRA Application LLC5. EchoStar Broadband I6. Clark Cablevision, Inc. [CMA]7. Nevada System of Higher Education8. Hughes Network Systems LLC9. Vegas WiFi Communications LLC10. National Medical Wireless BroadbandAlliance, LLC.11. Aircell LLC12. Gray Holdings Corp13. Webpass Inc. 24Ghz14. Webpass Inc. 60 Ghz
 
 Nevada Broadband Task Force Recommendations to National Telecommunications Information Administration October 2009 Page 2
Sustainable Adoption
The task force ranks applications affecting Nevada in the following order. Again, project #1 isthe highest priority. For a number of projects, listed at the bottom, there was not enoughinformation to score the applications.
High
1. Douglas County Public Library2. Connected Nation3. Knight Sky Consulting and Associates, LLC4. EchoStar XI Operating LLC5. ZeroDivide6. Logiclink Inc.
Medium
7. Acorn Technologies8. Brinksman Consulting & Trading Group, Inc.9. FRWB Winum LLC10. RADGOV Inc.11. Peer Plus One Communications, Inc.12. TelVue Corporation13. National Stroke Association14. Tactus Technology15. Broadband for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing16. XW, LLC
Low
17. Z Consulting Group, LLC18. Innoventum, Inc.19. Nadine Chatman Consulting Firm, LLC20. Wham, Inc.21. EZH2GO22. Wi-Zee, LCC
Not enough information available to score
Alliance for Public TechnologyAmerica 2.0 Inc.American Federation of ScientistsAxtronix, LLCBroadband AllianceCHC-TV, LLCIkanos Communications, Inc.International Air and Space Education FoundationPromo-Tech USAPublic Broadcasting ServicePublic Safety Foundation of America
 
 Nevada Broadband Task Force Recommendations to National Telecommunications Information Administration October 2009 Page 3
Public Safety Foundation of AmericaRaven NC, LLCRural Community Assistance PartnershipSocial Communications CompanyTEV EnterprisesUniversity Corporation for Advanced Internet DevelopmentUniversity Corporation for Advanced Internet DevelopmentUniversity Corporation for Advanced Internet DevelopmentWiViu Technology Inc.

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