The National Digital Inclusion Alliance (NDIA) is an affiliate
organization of leaders of local government, community organizations,
public libraries and other institutions committed to reducing digital
disparities among our neighbors. To improve the daily lives of all
community members, we call for widespread and actionable digital inclusion
public policies that reflect what we’ve learned from experience.
Broadband adoption is most effectively promoted by community-driven efforts
– Affordable home broadband service.
– Public broadband access.
– Locally trusted technology training and support.
We work collaboratively to craft, identify and disseminate financial and
operation resources for digital inclusion programs while serving as a
bridge to policy makers and the general public.
Membership is free! <http ://www . digitalinclusionalliance . org/members/>
Now, more so than ever before, the federal government is actively working
to increase broadband access and use and NDIA is representing local
broadband adoption practitioners in that work.