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INL Awards a $25,000 Economic Development Grant to Boise State University’s Institute for Pervasive Cybersecurity

On February 7, 2022, the Idaho National Laboratory– INL– announced its four grant recipients. The purpose of the economic development grant is to support entrepreneurs that are determined to help foster rural innovation. Senior advisor at INL, Marsha McDaniel, states, “these grants are an opportunity for us to affirm our commitment to Idaho’s economic growth and prosperity.”

The four grant recipients are Boise State University’s Institute for Pervasive Cybersecurity, Idaho Women’s Business Center, City of Rexburg, and Idaho Veterans Chamber of Commerce. The Institute for Pervasive Cybersecurity was awarded $25,000 for its efforts in providing “cutting-edge training to rural communities across the state to sharpen the skills of those working on the front lines of cybersecurity.”

Learn more about INL’s economic development grants by viewing the full article.