Gov. Kemp announced a second round of the Capital Projects Fund Grant Program to expand high-speed internet service to unserved and underserved areas

Macon, GA – Officials have announced that Georgia expects to invest an additional $15 million through this round of broadband expansion, and the funding will be administered and deployed by the Office of Planning and Budget through a competitive grant process.

Officials also said that the Capital Projects Fund Grant Program will provide needed support to build comprehensive broadband networks in communities struggling with a lack of internet access.

Approved projects will use leading technologies to offer reliable, high-speed internet access able to support a household with multiple users, as well as businesses with competitive needs.

Details on the application process can be found here.

The second round of this grant program follows the $234 million investment of CPF funds announced by Governor Kemp on January 4, 2023.

These awards will improve connectivity for communities, households, businesses, and anchor institutions in 28 Georgia counties. 

Must Read

Gov. Kemp announced he has directed the Office of Planning and...

Macon, GA - State officials announced that this brings the the total amount of ARPA funding currently dedicated to this grant to $94,237,210. The initial...