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Rural Government Organizations

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Currently, more than 87,000 governmental units exist in the 
United States.  In addition to the federal government and 50 
state governments, an additional 87,000 plus units of local 
government exists.

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Distribution Date and Time: Wed Jan 25 19:00:40 EST 2006

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Copyright:      2006
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Rural Government Organizations
Copyright © 2006 Jacob Minett
My Wild Blue Broadband Satellite Service

Currently, more than 87,000 governmental units exist in the 
United States.  In addition to the federal government and 50 
state governments, an additional 87,000 plus units of local 
government exists.  These units consist of general purpose, 
county, and sub-county, which includes township and municipal 
governments.  Then, there are special purpose units that cover 
school districts governments and public school systems.

Each of these government units have distinct purposes and goals, 
and required to meet specific and strict criteria.  Depending on 
the specific unit, some are located in rural areas, creating 
unique challenges.  For example, to manage the unit, quick and 
efficient internet connection is essential but unfortunately, not 
all government units have this option.

Keep in mind, rural government organizations can benefit with 
broadband in many other ways.  For starters, they can actually 
get to the internet without the hassle of the old way of dial-up. 
That means waiting and waiting is now obsolete.  Instead, these 
organizations can enjoy broadband internet connections. Just 
imagine the level of productivity gained over dial-up.

Rural government organizations have vast responsibility to people 
and by not being able to work in an efficient manner, everyone 

Government organizations are often criticized, as it is so when 
you consider those in rural locations are extremely limited due 
to lack of connection, everyone is affected.  In other words, 
each government unit feels the effect of system incompetence. 
With greater efficiency, the entire organization and process 

The bottom line – <a href=>Wildblue Satellite</a> has 
made it 
possible for rural government organizations to run in a more 
efficient and effective manner. Therefore, everyone benefits. 
Rather than limping along with dial-up, government organizations 
now have a new and improved solution.  A new era for rural areas 
has begun!

Jacob Minett has been in the satellite communications industry 
for over 10 years and is currently standing strong behind the 
Wildblue brand. Jacob has been following Wildblue's every move 
very closely for over 4 years and can say with confidence that 
Wildblue is the best satellite broadband solution for the money 
and that Wildblue is here to stay.

"If Wildblue wasn't the best, I would not be here."
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