Digital Equity Plan Public Comment Form

The California Department of Technology (CDT) has taken a major step towards ensuring digital access for all Californians with the release of the draft California Digital Equity Plan. This visionary plan aims to inform the allocation of millions of dollars in the years to come to support broadband access, affordability and adoption to bridge the digital divide across the state. 
To ensure the plan meets the diverse needs of California’s communities, we invite the public to share their thoughts through the designated public comment form below. You may comment on one or all sections of the plan.

The public comment period will remain open until January 25, 2024.

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The principal purpose for requesting the information on this webpage is to gather and respond to public comments on California’s State Digital Equity Plan. The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (Public Law 117-58), California Government Code section 11546.46, and associated regulations and guidelines authorize maintenance of this information. The fields marked with an asterisk are required to be completed in order to submit a public comment. All other information requested may be provided on a voluntary basis.

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