HOUSTON—March 19, 2013— IDG’s Computerworld Honors Program today announces Technology For All as a 2013 Laureate. The annual award program honors visionary applications of information technology promoting positive social, economic and educational change.

“Technology continues to play a pivotal role in transforming how business and society functions. For the past 25 years the Computerworld Honors Program has had the privilege of celebrating innovative IT achievements,” said John Amato, vice president & publisher, Computerworld. “Computerworld is honored to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of the 2013 class of Laureates and to share their work. These projects demonstrate how IT can advance organizations’ ability to compete, innovate, communicate and prosper.”

“Our organization is honored to be recognized as a 2013 Computerworld Honors Laureate”, said Dr. Will Reed, President and CEO of Technology For All. “This is a tribute to our staff and volunteers who work tirelessly to create opportunities for low-income and underserved persons so that they can fully participate in today’s digital world — opportunities that many of us take for granted.”

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Technology For All to Join Federal Grant Anniversary Celebration

Local nonprofit grantee opening doors as Brookings Institution recognizes federal grant program

 January 15, 2013 — HOUSTON,TEXAS — Technology For All, the lead partner in the Texas Connects Coalition (TXC2), joins  hundreds of fellow Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) grantees across the country in celebration of the program’s recognition by the Brookings Institution on Wednesday, January 16th in Washington, D.C. Assistant Secretary Larry Strickling, head of the National Telecommunications & Information Administration (NTIA), will speak at the Brookings Institution to mark the three-year anniversary of the program’s launch.

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