Broadband digital economy fuel bp 2011

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  • Local and Regional Broadband Planning to increase Florida’s participation in the Digital Economy
  • Local and Regional Broadband Planning to increase Florida’s participation in the Digital Economy
  • Do we have a vision of our future?Do we have plansDo we have the right strategies
  • Broadband digital economy fuel bp 2011

    1. 1. Bill Price, Director Broadband Programs State of Florida Bill.price@dms.myflorida.com
    2. 2. Division of Telecommunications• $300M Annual Budget, Operating for Over 40 years ….Staff of 104• Public Private Partnership Model, 95% Outsourced• Technology Services and Management for Government• Enterprise Telecommunications Procurement for State Master Contracts• Focus on Quality, Cost, Coverage, Economies of ScaleCommunications and Technology Experience, Expertise, Resources :1. Planning & Project Management2. Telecommunications Management3. Engineering and Design4. Procurements, Contracts, Oversight and Accountability5. Operations and Contractor Management6. Customer Service7. Billing
    3. 3. Broadband Florida Grant$8.8M Grant From National Telecommunications and1. GrantsFlorida’s Participation in the Digital EconomyIncrease Assistance Resources to Anchor InstitutionsInformation Administration (NTIA) To Increase Florida’s2.IncreaseTechnology Assessments for 180 Libraries• Library Funding for TechnologyParticipation in the Use of Resources3.Increase Effective Digital Economy• Local Regional Broadband Planning4.Increase Useful Knowledge and Mapping• Broadband Data Collection5.Inform Planners to K-12 Schools & Libraries• E-rate Assistance• Increase Collaboration
    4. 4. E-rate• Annual $2.25 billion funding program: Schools and Libraries• Provides up to 90% funding on eligible technology services• Florida is a “donor state” to the fund• Florida is leaving money on the table
    5. 5. Funds Left On The Table NY Averages 4.5X Funding of Florida Year Over Year since 1998$500,000,000$450,000,000$400,000,000 Total Funds Received New York Since 1998$350,000,000$300,000,000 $3,935,328,996 Billion$250,000,000$200,000,000$150,000,000$100,000,000 Florida $955,246,134 Million $50,000,000 $0 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
    6. 6. Florida E-rate FY2010 $14,346,988 $78,099,658 Funded$84,272,868 Denied Pending $179,668,592 Requested $84,272,868 Denied
    7. 7. E-rate Assistance Team
    8. 8. Why are we here
    9. 9. The Internet - The Digital Economy are Exploding
    10. 10. The World is Getting SmarterThe The Internet of Things World…Smarter…Smaller….Faster
    11. 11. I Cannot Imaging life Without…. 14-29 Year Olds
    12. 12. Florida Digital Gateway to Latin America 60% of Latin American Internet ….Flows Through Florida20% of U.S. exports to LatinAmerican and Caribbean start in Florida
    13. 13. Planning
    14. 14. Premise “The Whole is Greater than The Sum of its Parts” Aristotle
    15. 15. Finding Our Resources and Assets
    16. 16. Looking into the Future
    17. 17. Develop Strategies
    18. 18. MOBIFICATIONREALTIMEIFICATION GLOBALIZATON
    19. 19. Broadband Fuels the Digital Economy
    20. 20. Knowledge and SkillsFuture work is virtual, online and global
    21. 21. Science & Technology
    22. 22. Tourism
    23. 23. Energy $27 billion smart grid potential in top 25 emerging countries
    24. 24. Transportation
    25. 25. Education200,000 virtual K-12 students in 40 states
    26. 26. Health Care
    27. 27. Business and Government
    28. 28. Industrial age assumptions dominate out thinking
    29. 29. Are We Ready to Compete ?Who are we competing with anyway?

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