Stacey Arthur

Public Funding Advisor

U.S. Public Funding Office

Stacey joined Cisco nine years ago, working in public sector sales, marketing, and most recently in the public funding office. She currently supports Cisco’s U.S. public sector customers as well as Cisco internal and partner sales teams to explore and navigate alternative funding programs that align with customer initiatives. Prior to Stacey’s work with Cisco, she spent ten years in sales and sales management in the mobile device industry and has had a love for technology and serving customers ever since. Stacey holds a BA in English from the University of Utah. When not working, she enjoys running, reading, traveling, and most of all, spending time with her husband and daughter.


November 20, 2020


Securely Closing the Digital Divide with Public Libraries

Today, public libraries play a more important role than ever before. Learn how to use e-rate funding to close the digital divide.

March 27, 2017


E-rate Tips from the Pros

There is no need to reinvent the wheel. We’ve listened to customers who have used E-rate funding to create rich learning environments, and we’d like to share some of their best practices with you: You’ve got to have the bandwidth Antonio Romayer, Director of Technology at El Centro Elementary School District in California, knows the […]

March 2, 2017


Don’t Wait, Apply for E-rate by April 13th

In case you missed the news, the 2017 E-rate filing window opened on Monday, February 27th and it will close on May 11th. This means that applicant Form 470s must be posted by April 13th in order to allow the minimum 28-day competitive bidding process. If E-rate is new to you, or if you need […]

June 5, 2013


Intelligent Communities Global Blog Series Kickoff, The World’s Smartest Cities

I can hardly wait.  In two days the suspense will be over and the Intelligent Community Forum (ICF) will have selected its 2013 Intelligent Community of the Year.  With so many extraordinary and innovative communities in the running, I’m glad it’s not up to me to choose one.  But I do have the thrill and […]

December 18, 2012


To Bring Or Not to Bring?

There’s no question, the employee-led mobility revolution has arrived. Will the Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) policies that must inevitably follow come soon enough? Everyone is bringing their devices, everywhere they go. People, no matter their occupation, want to check the news, keep in touch, catch up on email, and stay productive or entertained wherever they are. So […]