Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez joined U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo in Phoenix, Arizona, on tuesday
as she reported that the Biden-Harris Administration has granted the Navajo Nation more than $50 million through the U.S.
the U.S. Branch of Commerce's National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA), to finance fast web framework arrangement projects on the Navajo Nation.
Under President Nez, the Navajo Nation Telecommunications Regulatory Commission Office worked with Navajo Tribal Utility Authority
specialized specialists to order broadband foundation projects that were submitted to National Telecommunications and Information Administration for thought.
In January, President Nez likewise upheld for the subsidizing during a discussion meeting with NTIA and in virtual gatherings with Secretary Ramondo.
Tuesday's declaration, every one of the 63 activities that were put together by the Navajo Nation were completely financed.
We grab a chair at the table with the Biden-Harris Administration. Through our conversations with President Biden, Secretary Raimondo, and NTIA,
They said ,they were effective in showing the requirement for expanded broadband availability to help our understudies, people on call, organizations, and families.
This financing will help the Navajo Nation to expand on the achievement that we've had with extending broadband through the CARES Act and the as of late supported American Rescue Plan Act reserves.