The Tribal Broadband Connectivity Grant program provides $1 billion to expand broadband adoption and deployment on tribal lands, as well as to support distance learning, remote work, and telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic. It is open to tribal governments, tribal organizations, tribal colleges and universities (TCUs), the Department of Hawaiian Home Lands on behalf of the Native Hawaiian Community, and native corporations. Awards can range from $50,000-$50 million.
For more information, see the fact sheet and Notice of Funding Opportunity. Other information, including awardees, is available here. Applications closed on September 1, 2021.