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Funding Programs

The Public Wireless Supply Chain Innovation Fund

Funded by the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022, the $1.5 billion Innovation Fund is part of the Biden-Harris Administration’s Investing in America agenda, aiming to drive wireless innovation, foster competition, and strengthen supply chain resilience.

Below, you will find a list of programs that have launched as part of the initiative. Explore these programs to understand their objectives, progress, and how they contribute to the agency's mission.

Round 1 (2023)

Research and Development, Testing and Evaluation

Total Funding Available: Up To $140,500,000

The Innovation Fund’s first NOFO focused on two areas: testing and evaluation (T&E) and research and development (R&D) into testing methods.


Round 2 (2024)

Open RU

Total Funding Available: Up To $420,000,000

This second Notice of Funding Opportunity from the Public Wireless Supply Chain Innovation Fund aims to drive commercialization and innovation in open radio units, which will strengthen the supply chain.