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Federal Broadband Round 2 Application Informational Meeting. Office of Administration. 2/5/10. Welcome & Introduction. Kelvin L. Simmons, Commissioner Office of Administration . Agenda. Welcome and Introduction Round #1 Review Round #2 Deadlines Changes Key Application Tips

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welcome introduction
Welcome & Introduction

Kelvin L. Simmons, Commissioner

Office of Administration

agenda
Agenda
  • Welcome and Introduction
  • Round #1 Review
  • Round #2
    • Deadlines
    • Changes
    • Key Application Tips
  • Public/Private Partnerships-

State Assistance and Process

  • Guest Speaker
  • Q&A Session
round 1 review
Round 1 Review

Doug Young, CIO

Information Technology

Services Division (ITSD), OA

arra broadband stimulus
ARRA Broadband Stimulus
  • 7.2 billion to expand access to broadband services in the United States
    • $4.7 billion; Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP). Funding is available in three categories:
      • Broadband Infrastructure
      • Public Computer Center Capacity
      • Sustainable Broadband Adoption
      • 20% matching fund requirements for BTOP

grant application

    • $2.5 billion: Broadband Initiatives Program (BIP)
      • Department of Agriculture’s Rural Utilities

Service (RUS)

      • Distance Learning
      • Telemedicine
      • Rural Broadband
round 1 review goals of the state
Round #1 Review - Goals of the State
  • Goals of Broadband in Missouri:
    • 95% of Missourians should have affordable high speed broadband access within five years.
    • The network will be designed to connect every school district, university, courthouse, law enforcement center, correctional center, and state facility that does not currently have adequate bandwidth within five years.
    • The “last mile” will be carried by fiber wherever feasible, and a combination of suitable technologies including wireless and cable, everywhere else that it is needed statewide within five years.
    • The network will be open-access, meaning that it will be available for use by all service providers on an equal basis.
    • The state will not operate the network as a going concern except insofar as it provides services to state and government facilities, universities, schools and libraries, but will instead partner with others to operate and maintain the network and provide services to Missourians.
    • The network will bring choice to consumers and make it cost-effective to reach isolated or disadvantaged customers.
round 1 review work in missouri
Round #1 Review – Work in Missouri
  • Called on Partners to respond to this call to support the goals of the state
  • 131 applications filed with NTIA/RUS to do work in state of Missouri
  • Within Missouri
    • 59 were Missouri companies
    • 44 for last mile
    • 5 for middle mile
    • 2 for last mile remote
    • 4 computer centers
    • 4 for sustainable adoption
    • Total request: $1 billion
round 1 review work in missouri8
Round #1 Review – Work in Missouri
  • Out of state companies
    • 72 companies with projects in Missouri
    • 3 for last mile
    • 7 for middle mile
    • 15 for last mile remote
    • 9 for computer centers
    • 38 for sustainable adoptions
    • Total request: $3.2 billion
bip btop programs
BIP& BTOP Programs
  • Broadband Technology Opportunities (BTOP): NTIA
    • Projects funded in Round #1: $1.6 billion (64%)
      • Infrastructure: up to $1.2 B
      • Underserved and unserved areas
      • Public Computer Centers: up to $50 m
      • Sustainable Broadband Adoption: up to $150m
  • 20% matching funds required by entity applying for grant (investment funds or in-kind contribution)
  • Total Awarded as of Dec. 15 = $183 million awarded to 17 states, continuing to issue Round #1 awards through February
round 2
Round 2

Doug Young, CIO

Renee Slusher, Deputy Commissioner Office of Administration

mobroadbandnow 2 nd round
MOBroadbandNow – 2nd Round
  • State of Missouri is committed to being engaged
  • High priority of the Governor
  • Have a team and process to provide assistance
  • Want your thoughts about the first round outcome and second round prospects
  • Partnerships and community connections are important to both the USDA and NTIA
round 212
Round 2
  • Feb. 2 Eureka Federal Workshop
  • Update on Missouri’s broadband map and the locations of underserved areas
  • New requirements issued by NTIA and RUS for Round 2 & notable differences
what s next
What’s Next?
  • Second round NOFA’s have been issued for USDA and NTIA funding to award the remaining $2.6b in 2010.
  • Application deadline – March 15, 2010
  • Major changes to understand
  • What is in a successful application
  • Federal information on grants at
    • www.broadbandusa.gov
  • State information on grants at
    • http://transform.mo.gov
round 2 major changes
Round #2 – Major Changes
  • Separate BTOP and BIP – NOFA and application (due March 15, 2010)
  • BTOP will focus on Comprehensive Community Infrastructure (CCI)
    • Middle mile capabilities offering new/upgraded services to community anchor institutions
    • Removed requirement that infrastructure projects must be in unserved or underserved areas but applications serving unserved and underserved areas will receive additional consideration
  • BIP will focus on rural last mile projects and applicants that are current RUS recipients
  • Additional consideration and prioritization if match exceeds 30%.
  • Modified the service area delineations from Census blocks to Census tracts and block groups
  • Clarified the process for requesting waivers, including restriction on sale or lease of project assets
major points for successful grants made by ntia
Major points for successful grants made by NTIA
  • Comprehensive view of communities to be served and have engaged as many key members of the communities as possible in developing the projects.
  • Ensure fully completed application.
  • Examine projects funded in round #1 for insight.
  • Substantial fact and data based information needed to justify problem, benefits, viability, and sustainability.
  • 30% match or more gets quicker review and more consideration.
  • Scoring changed to higher weight for project viability and project budget and sustainability.
  • Need to show clear demonstration of financial need and eight years of financial information.
  • Suggest a third party review before submission.
round 2 best practices for btop infrastructure projects
Round #2 - Best practices for BTOP Infrastructure Projects
  • Convincing methodology for determination of unserved and underserved problem.
  • Provision of wholesale and retail service offerings.
  • Directly connecting anchor institutions with BTOP funds.
  • Service to small/medium businesses.
  • Strong track record in deploying and managing networks.
  • 30% or greater match funds.
  • Reasonable cost per mile (middle mile) or household (last mile).
  • Credible subscriber forecast based on clear, detailed methodology.
  • Leverage existing network assets via leasing (if possible).
  • Composite set of revenues for all project members.
  • Financial need based on business case.
priority framework for btop
Priority framework for BTOP
  • Middle mile infrastructure with commitment to community anchor institutions
  • Middle mile project backed by public/private partnership
  • Middle mile project with intent to bolster growth in economically depressed communities
  • Middle mile project with commitment to community colleges
  • Middle mile project with commitment to public safety entities
  • Last mile infrastructure component or commitment letters
  • Greater than 30% match
bip round 2 changes19
BIP – Round 2 changes
  • A few new definitions
  • Funding categories
    • Last mile - $1.7 billion – 75/25
    • Middle mile - $300 million – 75/25
    • Satellite projects - $100 million – 100% grant
    • Rural Library and Technical Assistance - $5 million – 100% grant
  • Scoring criteria and points system delineated
bip round 2 eligibility factors
BIP – Round #2 eligibility factors
  • Fully complete application
  • Timely completion
  • Technical feasibility
  • Nondiscrimination and interconnection
  • Fully funded
  • Financial feasibility
key application tips
Key Application Tips
  • Read the NOFAs and prepare your applications strategically
  • Match all the scoring criteria denoted in the NOFAs
  • Access recent federal public workshops
  • Seek out partners
  • Reach out to State of Missouri for support
public private partnerships
Public / Private Partnerships

Doug Young, CIO

Information Technology

Services Division (ITSD), OA

state assistance for round 2
State Assistance for Round #2
  • State wants to partner - those interested need to fill out information questionnaire and return by

12 noon, Wednesday, February 10

(online @ http://transform.mo.gov)

  • State assistance –
    • Possible match
    • Staff and consultants to help with reading applications
    • Staff and consultants willing to provide information and research as feasible for required supporting documentation
    • Other assistance as requested by partners as feasible
guest speaker
Guest Speaker

Daniel Strode, Ralls County

questions
Questions?

State of Missouri Contact

Mr. Mark Reading

Director, MoBroadbandNow

ITSD, Office of Administration

Tel: 573.751.7072

Email: Mark.Reading@oa.mo.gov