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What does NNC stand for?

NNC stands for Neighborhood Networks Center

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They were one of the first federal initiatives to help provide computer access to low-income housing communities, and there are now more than 1,100 Neighborhood Networks centers in urban centers and rural towns across America, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
2 million in funding will be used to support other activities related to implementing the HOPE VI grants, such as creating Neighborhood Networks centers at the new developments; funding the cost of Housing Choice Vouchers that will be used for relocating residents; and providing technical assistance to PHAs that are awarded 2003 grants.
Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) has now established more than 500 Neighborhood Networks centers, offices designed to help low-income housing residents bridge the "digital divide" and find jobs and opportunity in their own home towns.
Cuomo opened the first Neighborhood Networks Center at the Santo Domingo Pueblo in NM, Federal Housing Administrator William Apgar visited a computer lab in Washington, DC, and Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing Harold Lucas cut the ribbon on a new lending library at a center in Largo, MD.
Just as our partnership with NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) has allowed astronauts to e-visit with children in Neighborhood Networks centers, these new partnerships will open new doors for residents of public and assisted housing and help direct Hispanic families to Head Start and other early childhood development programs," said Cuomo.