The Florida A & M University Center for Public Computing & Workforce Development
(CPCWD) is planned to be a Highly Resourced Public Computer Center with state of the art computing and telecommunications technology?
The Center is dedicated to serving the public through the convey of access to broadband enabled high performance workstations, broadband applications and technology systems to all individuals, groups, businesses, organizations and institutions. The center is a public resource managed and operated by FAMU with contributions and support from valued partners of the Tallahassee community and the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) grant program administered by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) agency of the United States Department of Commerce
The center is an outcome of collaborative activity by the FAMU Enterprise Information Technology Division and the Department of Workforce Education of the FAMU College of Education and five other very committed grant application partners.