A public Wi-Fi project aims to connect the underserved populations within the city.
Sue Hartman, information technology director for the city of Richmond, Calif., believes that a public Wi-Fi initiative is key to improving the quality of life for underserved city residents.
Through a partnership with a literacy program, officials hope to not only provide a means of access to the Internet, but also an education on the value of the digital tools.
Looking for the latest gov tech news as it happens? Subscribe to GT newsletters.