State Awards $3.5 Million for Local Technology Infrastructure

Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito announced $3.5 million in grants to 70 municipalities through the Community Compact Cabinet Information Technology grant program. The Baker-Polito administration has now issued 749 grants worth $19.2 million through this program to help Massachusetts communities become more efficient and innovative while improving their technology infrastructure. “Technology systems support so many of the critical services that Massachusetts cities, towns, and school districts provide to residents,” Gov. Charlie Baker said. “We are proud that our administration, through the work of the Community Compact Cabinet, is continuing its partnership with local communities to enable another round of innovative IT improvement projects.”

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