Broadband Competence Offices (BCOs) provide legal, technical and financial guidance to project promoters and policy makers to support broadband deployment at national, regional and local level. Support and training is available to BCOs, but the first step in ensuring that a BCO is effective lies in its set-up. This brochure outlines the steps for establishing an effective BCO in a Member State or region, as well as the funds and support available to BCOs at EU-level.

Still image from video (Broadband good practice interview: the KempenGlas cooperative in the rural Netherlands) depicting the President of the KempenGlas Cooperative, Jacco Kwaaitaal. Above him is a banner with the title: Broadband Good Practice Video.

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