Alabama Anchor Institution/Middle Mile Program

Overview

The Alabama Anchor Institution/Middle-Mile Program (AIMM or AIMM Program) is a subaward program that will provide grants to support the deployment of middle-mile broadband infrastructure to anchor institution facilities (such as higher education, rural hospital, government, and public safety facilities) with an identified need for service, while facilitating the deployment of last-mile broadband infrastructure in unserved areas of Alabama. Through the AIMM Program, ADECA intends to make necessary investments in broadband infrastructure resulting in the construction and operation of middle-mile fiber networks providing service to anchor institutions (Anchors or Anchor Institutions) with an identified need and facilitating last-mile broadband deployment and operations in unserved areas, thereby supporting the improvement and expansion of broadband network access to the citizens of Alabama.

AIMM Program Guide

 

Application Information

AIMM Application and Guide

 

AIMM Rating Criteria

AIMM Rating Criteria

 

FAQ and More

AIMM Frequently Asked Questions

AIMM Sample Subaward Agreement

AIMM Sample Subaward Agreement Attachments

 

Program Implementation

Certificate of Compliance with the Beason-Hammon Act

State of Alabama Disclosure Statement

Signatory Authority Form 4B3

Payment Request Template

Payment Request Supporting Documentation Summary

 

Awarded Projects Announcement

AIMM Announcements

 

Disclaimer

This project is being supported, in whole or in part, by federal award number SLFRP2635 awarded to the State of Alabama by the U.S. Department of the Treasury.