Glenn Hegar
Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
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Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts
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BOOT Program: Bringing Online Opportunities to Texas

The BOOT Program is Texas’ first competitive broadband grant program aimed at funding infrastructure projects that bring broadband access to end users in eligible areas of the state.

All applications, challenge information and deadlines will be available here. Check back often.



  • BDO has notified applicants with overlapping project areas.

Step 3


Reconciliation Period
Aug. 22 through Oct. 21

  • BDO is assessing challenges.
  • Deadline for receiving amended application from applicants affected by challenge will be 30 days from notification.

Step 4


Begins Aug. 22 for
unchallenged applications

The evaluation criteria and weighting can be reviewed in the NOFA for the BOOT Program.

The BDO will issue notices of award to the selected applicants. BOOT Program awardees must finalize and execute the grant agreement within 30 days after the date of award. A sample grant agreement can be reviewed in the NOFA.


After all awarded applicants have entered into agreements with the office, BDO will announce the winning applicants on the BOOT Program pages.


Throughout the life of the funded project, awarded applicants will submit regular reports with the BDO. The details for reporting requirements can be reviewed in the BOOT Program NOFA.

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