Broadband expansion in Indian Country continues to lack support from federal agencies

The 2018 Government Accountability Office report stated that there was a 27 percent difference between Indian and non-Indian communities in terms of access to broadband service. That means an estimated 35 percent of Americans living on tribal lands lack access to broadband services, compared to 8 percent of all Americans.

Telecommunications Department keeping the Tribe connected

The CPN Telecommunications Department is in charge of connecting and maintaining secure telephone and internet lines between the Tribe‚Äôs enterprises, with most of that work consisting of maintenance tasks or setting up new equipment. However, some days are filled with unexpected jobs that might test the fears of most. For employees Chase Oswald and Gregory Read More »