DOCMotorola, Inc.CA$50,593,551This approximately $50.6 million award, with nearly $21.9million in matching contributions, will allow public safetyentities in the San Francisco area to deploy an interoperablewireless public safety broadband network. The project plansto serve 200 existing public safety sites and up to 50,000public safety users in the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Asmany as 6 million people stand to benefit from this project.DOCPlumas SierraTelecommunicationsCA$13,770,240This approximately $13.8 million award will allow PlumasSierra Rural Electric Cooperative to offer affordable middle-mile broadband service in California, foster economicdevelopment, and improve education, and healthcare in ruralareas of the state. The project plans to directly connect 18community institutions to broadband. As many as 33,000people stand to benefit as do 2,100 businesses. In addition tothe more than 180 jobs Plumas Sierra estimates the projectwill create, it will provide a foundation for economic growthand job creation for decades to come.DOCFoundation For CalifCommunity CollegesCA$10,944,843This approximately $10.9 million award will allow theFoundation for California Community Colleges to provideoutreach, training, and educational support to increase digitalliteracy skills and broadband adoption as well as encouragebroadband usage among students and their families,especially among low-income Hispanic residents in theCentral Valley region. In addition to the jobs this project willcreate, it will provide a foundation for economic growth and job creation for decades to come.DOCZerodivideCA$686,157This approximately $686,000 award, with nearly $300,000 inmatching contributions, will allow ZeroDivide to increasebroadband usage among the 15 Native American tribes inrural San Diego County, California as part of its Tribal DigitalVillage project, which will provide 8,900 tribal residents and2,000 residents living in adjacent communities with broadbandtraining, awareness, and adoption programs. In addition to the jobs this project will create, it will provide a foundation foreconomic growth and job creation for decades to come.DOCZerodivideCA, HI,NM, OR,UT, WA$1,384,242This $1.4 million award, with $605,000 in matchingcontributions, will allow ZeroDivide to expand broadbandaccess to low-income youth in communities across California,Hawaii, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, and Washington. Theproject plans to provide training and support services toencourage sustainable adoption and technology awarenesswith a focus on disadvantaged communities. In addition to the jobs this project will create, it will provide a foundation foreconomic growth and job creation for decades to come.