Residents and Businesses
The purpose of the challenge process is to ensure the accuracy of the Nebraska Broadband Availability Map. Everyone in Nebraska is encouraged to verify the service they receive at their home and/or business is accurately reflected on the map. If not, a challenge should be filed to correct it. The challenge process is the last opportunity to correct information on the availability map. This map will guide the allocation of BEAD funds.
A list of advocates who can file your challenges is provided at the bottom of this page.
|Banner County School District
|Center for Rural Affairs
|Central Nebraska Economic Development District
|City of Bennet
|City of Lincoln (Chief Information Officer)
|City of South Sioux City
|Educational Service Unit 1
|Educational Service Unit 2
|League of Nebraska Municipalities
|Nebraska Association of County Officials
|Nuckolls County Clerk of the District Court
|Nuckolls County Emergency Manager
|Plattsmouth Community Schools
|Scotts Bluff County
|Seward County Chamber & Development Partnership
|Village of Sutherland
You must supply evidence to the Advocate to support the challenge. Below are types of acceptable evidence for the three most common types of challenges. To see all types of challenges and evidence required, go here.
*All evidence provided may be shared with the Nebraska Broadband Office (NBO), its contractors and internet service providers.