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Neustar to Continue to Operate .us Country Code Top Level Domain

July 17, 2019
News Media Contact
Anne Veigle

Today, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration announced it awarded to Neustar a contract to continue operating the .us registry for 10 years, at no cost to the federal government.  The new contract was awarded on June 28, 2019, with a period of performance beginning on August 29, 2019.  The .us registry is the official country code domain of the United States and has over two million domain names under management. The usTLD has historically served as a home for American business, individuals, and localities and is managed on behalf of the U.S. government through a contract overseen by NTIA.