Informational Webinar on the Bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act

Join us in this informational session hosted by U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen and the New Hampshire Municipal Association to learn more about the bipartisan Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, historic legislation signed into law last year that invests in our nation’s core infrastructure priorities – including roads and bridges, rail, transit, ports, airports, the electric grid, water systems and broadband.

Annual New Hampshire Summit on Systematic Inclusion Virtual Sessions

Annual New Hampshire Summit on Systemic Inclusion

October 13-15, 2021

Virtual Sessions


(Free registration provides access to all sessions & session recordings)  (thanks to generous summit sponsors)

Key Outcomes

Cyberinfrastructure Projects in New Hampshire

In the last issue of this magazine, we presented an overview of two NH projects that focus on keeping New Hampshire competitive in the economic marketplace by helping to expand broadband availability and use in the state. Both projects were funded by the US Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) and managed by the University of New Hampshire.

Upgrades to Wireless Infrastructure

The internet is important. As the National Broadband Plan ( emphasizes, the deployment of improved infrastructure means advances in the areas of health care, economic development and jobs, education, energy and the environment, governmental performance, civic engagement and public safety for all of our citizens.

Cyberinfrastructure Projects in New Hampshire

Cyberinfrastructure refers to the suite of tools, resources and knowledgeable personnel that, when connected together, makes possible advances in nearly every aspect of life. Because it is so critical to our human capacity to do more, our collective investment in cyberinfrastructure is a national priority.

The Need for Speed

Does your community have broadband or do you still have to access the internet by dial-up? If your community has cable, DSL, or other broadband service, do your residents wish they had more choices? Are you happy with the speed, service and price offered by your service providers?