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BTOP Grant for NIACC

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This presentation was developed for NIACC to summarize the ~$17M BTOP stimulus grant award to the CINC community area network that CVTC is a member of and illustrate how NIACC might pursue similar …

This presentation was developed for NIACC to summarize the ~$17M BTOP stimulus grant award to the CINC community area network that CVTC is a member of and illustrate how NIACC might pursue similar grants. Several slides containing map images are intended to be shown directly from Google Earth KMZ recordings which can be requested.

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  • Networks built by and for communities.72 miles of fiber & 150 locations connected
  • Networks built by and for communities.72 miles of fiber & 150 locations connected
  • There are lot’s of politics
  • Emphasize Role for Community Colleges
  • Emphasizes ISPs and Teleco’s
  • http://wi.linkamericadata.org/
  • http://wi.linkamericadata.org/
  • What’s the need?Is it core to the Mission?
  • US Dept of CommerceNational Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)
  • US Dept of CommerceNational Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)
  • http://connectiowa.org/mapping/interactive_map.php
  • INS = Iowa Network Services

Transcript

  • 1. Community Area NetworksABIGThoughtforNorth Iowa Area Community College
    Jerry Bishop – SunGard Higher Education CIO
    Chippewa Valley Technical College
    October 12, 2010
  • 2. CINC
    WHY WE
    GOT FUNDED
    BROADBAND
    BACKGROUND
    THE GRANT
    NIACC
  • 3. There’s two sides to every pancake.Dr. Phil
  • 4. Chippewa Valley
    Inter-
    Networking
    Consortium
  • 5. Origins
    Needed high speed network capacity
    Commercial options
    NOTavailable, or limited & COSTLY
    Standardized & shared technology
    Infrastructure systems
    Economies of scale
    Shared services – people
    TRUST& collaboration
  • 6. Finances
    Sharing costs
    Ability to pay + Equity + Savings
    Investment in the future
    • Benefits to non-profit and public sectors
    ROI 3-5 year breakeven
    Nominal annual fee
    Cable locates and breaks
  • 7. Governance
    Started informal w/ trust – now formal
    Intergovernmental Agreement
    Memoranda of Understanding
    Bylaws– formalized decision making
    Purpose & boundaries
    Ownership
    Decision Making
    Cost Sharing
    Services – moving beyond fiber
  • 8. Whywe gotfunded?
  • 9. Decade of Experience
    STRUCTURE FOR RESULTS
    CAN = Community Area Network
    Largest CAN in region
    Leadership Active in CAN Movement
    Mature Network
    72 miles of fiber
    150 locations connected
    History of SUCCESS
  • 10. 19 Members
    Higher Education
    Chippewa Valley Technical College (Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire & Menomonie)
    University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
    K-12
    CESA 10
    Chippewa Falls School District
    Eau Claire Area School District
    Elk Mound School District
    Osseo - Fairchild School District
    Libraries
    Eau Claire Public Library
    Indianhead Federated Library System
    Municipalities
    Chippewa County
    City of Chippewa Falls
    City of Eau Claire
    Eau Claire County
    Wisconsin DOT
    Healthcare
    Dove Healthcare
    Luther Midelfort Mayo Health System
    Sacred Heart Hospital (Eau Claire)
    St. Joseph’s Hospital (Chippewa Falls)
    UW Health (Eau Claire & Augusta)
  • 11. CINC Network
    • 19 members
    • 12. 72 miles of fiber
    • 13. 150 locations connected
  • 14.
  • 15. Politics
    CINC Model – JOBSfactor
    Public Infrastructure Roads vs. Toll Roads
    Cooperative utility – electricity & gas
    Elected Boards and other officials
    Boundaries of members
    CAN Funding
    Public and Private funds
    Grant – JOBSand Money
    ARRA – economic stimulus
    Telco’s now want in
  • 16. BACKGROUND
  • 17. ARRA
    BTOP & BIP
    www.broadbandusa.gov
  • 18. Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP)
    US Dept of Commerce
    National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA)
    Comprehensive Community Infrastructure($2.35B)
    Public Computer Center ($150M)
    Sustainable Broadband Adoption ($100M)
  • 19. Broadband incentive Program (Bip)
    US Dept of Agriculture
    Rural Utilities Service (RUS)
    Last Mile & Middle Mile
    SatelliteBroadband (Up to $100M Grants)
    Rural Libraries (Up to $5M Grants)
    Technical Assistance (Up to $3M Grants)
  • 20. ARRA & Broadband are about JOBS
    Economic development
    Citizen access
    CommunityCollegesCRITICAL role
    Partner with TELCO’s
    Most awards to phone companies
    Assess the POLITICS
  • 21. TheGrant
  • 22. Wisconsin Approach
    Go-GigInitiative
    UW-Extension & Wisconsin Educational Communications Board & WiscNet & CAN’s
    Focus on WiscNet
    Governor decides only one application
    Focus on DOA’s BadgerNet(state budget)
    Many other small projects
  • 23. Milestones
    UWEX Invites CINC to participate – NOV 09
    Writing begins on 3 parts – DEC 09
    Completed writing – MAR 10
    Emphasizing Infrastructure
    Met with Officials – AUG 10
  • 24. Broadband “Stimulus” Grant:
    BTOP grant led by UW-Extension
    204 miles of new fiber
    1,305 sq. mi. WiMax
    CINC mentoring other CAN’s
    Total Budgets:
    Comprehensive Community Infrastructure $42.7M
    Sustainable Broadband Adoption $3.2M
    CINC portion is $17M
  • 25. CINC Projects
  • 26. Nurturing Economic Recovery & Agility
  • 27. LinkWisconsin
  • 28.
  • 29.
  • 30.
  • 31. Weaknesses
    Too focused on technology
    No Telco Alliances
    Neglected the politics
    Expanding where not needed
    Wireless duplicates existing
    Undue influence of healthcare
  • 32. Grant ApprovedNOTFunded
  • 33.
  • 34.
  • 35. NIACC’sOPPORTUNITY?
  • 36. Iowa BTOP Grants
  • 37. Iowa BIP Grants (partial list)
  • 38. www.CONNECTIOWA.org
  • 39. PARTNERSHIPS
  • 40. Questions?