HARRISBURG – Gov. Tom Wolf celebrated the creation of PA’s Broadband Development Authority, which will manage at least $100 million in federal aid to coordinate the rollout of broadband across the state. In December, Wolf signed House Bill 2071 to create the Authority to help connect millions of Pennsylvanians to high-speed internet.  At least 500,000 Pennsylvanians are without broadband.The PA Broadband Development Authority is made of an 11-member board. The board includes the secretaries of the Pennsylvania Departments of Agriculture, Community and Economic Development, Education, General Services, and Budget; the executive director for the Center for Rural Pennsylvania; chairperson from the Pennsylvania Utilities Commission; and four legislative members.