Mission Broadband’s approach is designed to work directly with communities of all sizes to help resolve their broadband gaps. Mission Broadband is not a service provider, so we remain technology and vendor neutral. Our expertise is working with community stakeholders such as, public officials, broadband committees, council members, the public, etc. to determine the Vision.
From the Vision Report, Mission Broadband will develop a robust Request for Proposal (RFP) for the communities, a product we call, Charting the Course, where we represent your communities on all aspects of managing the RFP questions and responses from perspective broadband solution vendors. Charting the Course will provide all the necessary information to finalize funding models, technology decisions, coverage areas, etc.
We will work with communities to identify federal and state funding options, and private investments available to bring the Vision to a realized sustainable working broadband model. Our team will work with the community and negotiate directly with a vendor to bring alignment and finalize a contract to the intent of RFP. After the execution of the contract, Mission Broadband kicks-off Securing the Vision deployment phase of the project. Securing the Vision provides the community with experienced end to end project management services finalizing in a successfully completed broadband deployment.
We understand the landscape of delivering broadband technology to communities across America, and we focus on listening to our clients and working with them to manage their vision and produce a sustainable and futureproof broadband solution for today’s needs as well as tomorrow’s future.