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INTERCONNECTIVITY AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS KEY INDUSTRY NETWORK (KIN)

Led by Rob Ferris, CEO of Vision Net, and Bill Squires, CEO of Blackfoot Telecommunications Group, the Interconnectivity and Telecommunications Key Industry Network (KIN) has been specifically asked to focus on ensuring that Montana businesses and communities have efficient and reliable infrastructure and will work to formulate goals and objectives to enhance broadband and telecommunication access across Montana


Meeting Agendas, Minutes, and Reports:

Interconnectivity and Telecommunications KIN Final Recommendations

10/15/15 - Meeting Agenda
10/15/15 - Meeting Minutes

7/9/15 Meeting Agenda
7/9/15 Meeting Minutes

4/29/15 - Meeting Agenda
4/29/15 - Meeting Minutes

2/12/15 - Meeting Agenda
2/12/15 - Meeting Minutes

07/29/14 - Meeting Agenda
07/29/14 - Meeting Minutes


KIN Resources:

Presentation: REACH Telehealth KIN presentation April 2015

Presentation: Economy in the Big Sky | Census & Economic Information Center, Montana Department of Commerce

Report: Labor Day Report 2015 | Department of Labor & Industry

 


KIN Membership:

Bill Squires, Blackfoot Telecommunications Group, Missoula (Co-Chair)

Rob Ferris, Vision Net, Great falls (Co-Chair)

Paul DeWolfe, Access Consulting, Missoula

Chris Fulton, Charter Communications, Billings

Mike Kilgore, Nemont Communications, Scoby

Erin Lutts, Mid-Rivers Communications, Circle

Thelma McCloskly Armstrong, Billings Clinic, Billings

Jason Moothart, CenturyLink, Billings

Judy Preston, Ronan Telephone, Polson

Darryl Rensmon, Morrison-Maierle, Helena

Paul Roble, Stockman Bank, Miles City

Joe Sullivan, Montana Sky, Kalispell

Martha Tate, Electric Lightwave/ Integra, Denver

Sarah Walsh, PayneWest Insurance, Helena

Chris Warden, Washington Companies, Missoula