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About the Broadband Office

The Oklahoma Broadband Office (OBO) is responsible for implementing the State Broadband Plan which includes making reliable, affordable, high-speed internet available to at least 95% of Oklahomans.

The OBO, along with assistance from the Broadband Governing Board and the Broadband Expansion Council, will create and administer grant program funding to achieve Oklahoma’s aggressive broadband internet goal by June 2028.  The State of Oklahoma currently expects to invest more than $1 billion in state and federal funding for broadband infrastructure and accessibility. 


Kirk Martin, Interim Executive Director
Tim Allen, Director of Policy and Communications
Edyn Rolls, Director of Broadband Strategy
Alecia Shannon, Office Manager

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Reports and Notices

Last Modified on Mar 13, 2023