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CVFiber Seeking Volunteers

The CVFiber Governing Board is looking for community volunteers with subject matter expertise to serve on its committees. The mission of CVFiber is to bring fast, reliable, and affordable high-speed Internet to the residents, businesses, and government agencies of its twenty-member communities, with a focus on the unserved and underserved. CVFiber…

CVFiber Seeks Project Management Services

CVFiber is seeking to contract with a multi-talentedindividual or firm who can oversee the utility poleinventory, design, engineering, and construction of ourfiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) projects in 20 central Vermontcommunities. In this role, the Project Manager will answerto the CVFiber Board, as well as to its Executive Committee,and Planning and Development Committee….

CVFiber Winter Update 2020-2021

When Will CVFiber Start Providing High Speed Broadband Services in Central Vermont? CVFiber’s most frequently asked question is, “when can I get high speed Internet service?” We are happy to announce that we have started the first project leading to this. CVFiber issued an RFP for Pole Data Collection earlier…

Pole Inventory Services RFP

Announcement CVFiber Issues Poles Inventory Services RFP CVFiber is seeking companies that perform pole data inventory services.  Pole data inventory is the first step in the construction and operation of the CVFiber broadband network for its twenty-member communities – their residents, businesses, and government agencies. The CVFiber district has more…

CVFiber Website Redesign Request for Proposal

From: Tim Shea, CVFiber Project ManagerDate: November 18, 2020Re: Website Redesign Central Vermont Fiber (CVFiber) wants to redesign its WordPress website currently found here: https://cvfiber.net/ If you would like to respond to this request, please prepare a proposal to accomplish the task that includes timeline, cost, and deliverables. The following…

CVFiber Update – September, 2020

There’s been an avalanche of news lately swirling around the challenge of building faster internet connections in rural areas. The state has been handing out large grants. Many have gone to private, for-profit “incumbent” telecommunications companies to build out their networks in limited areas where internet connections are slow. Vermont’s…