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Capital Projects Fund

The Capital Projects Fund is the second grant funding program through the American Rescue Plan Act. The Oklahoma Broadband Office has $159 million available to award for infrastructure projects.

The goal is to carry out projects directly enabling work, education, and health monitoring, including remote options, in response to COVID-19.

Capital Projects Fund Notice of Funding Opportunity (CPF NOFO)

Capital Projects Fund Application Primer

Frequently Asked Questions Updated at 4:00 p.m. CT, May 16, 2024

Note: Internet service providers are required to obtain a NTIA Tier D License to participate in ARPA CPF. The license will be made available at no cost and will allow companies to share Fabric location data with this office, other companies, and the federal government. Please use this link to request a license.   

For ISPs not applying for funding through ARPA CPF, a Tier E license is required for participaton in the Overbuild Prevention Contest Process. Tier E licenses are available for free using this link.

Registration Sign Up

Eligible Locations



Note: Data is sourced from the National Broadband Availability Map

Awarded Project Locations

Downloadable KMZ files for each approved project

ARPA SLFRF Awarded Locations  

Note: Updated as of April 30, 2024. These locations will need to be subtracted from the eligible locations listed above.  

The Scoring Criteria for CPF is based on preferences from US Treasury and informs ISPs on how the office will score their applications.

Scoring Criteria   

On January 9, 2024, the Oklahoma Broadband Governing Board approved rules for the CPF Overbuild Prevention Contest Process. Governor Kevin Stitt gave final approval to the rules on February 29, 2024.

The document outlines timelines and evidence needed to ensure a contest is successful.

CPF Overbuild Prevention Contest Process

Last Modified on May 21, 2024