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“Open Radio Commercialization And Innovation,” Information Session

May 20, 2024
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) is excited to share information about its recently released second Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for the Public Wireless Supply Chain Innovation Fund (Innovation Fund). This NOFO focuses on Open Radio Commercialization and Innovation, furthering the program's commitment to advancing open wireless network technologies. The NOFO 2 Information Session, held May 17 in Mclean Virginia, provided a forum for potential applicants, their partners, and industry members to learn more about the Innovation Fund and the program's second NOFO and ask the program team questions. NTIA asked participants to send the questions they would like addressed during the open Q&A by May 14, 2024 to the Innovation Fund email.

Privacy, Equity, and Civil Rights Discussion Roundtables

May 20, 2024
On May 16, 2024, and May 17, 2024, NTIA hosted two discussion sessions in support of the agency’s ongoing work exploring the intersection of privacy, equity, and civil rights. These discussion sessions followed on a Request for Comment issued by NTIA in January, 2023 on how companies’ data practices may impose outsized harm on marginalized or underserved communities, and the ways in which firms collect, share, and use data can exacerbate existing structural inequities. As NTIA prepares a report with findings and recommendations, the sessions provided an opportunity to hear from stakeholders about any potential new developments or concerns on the topic.

Innovation Fund Program NOFO 2 Snapshot

May 07, 2024
This 2nd Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) will invest in the Radio Unit (RU). It is comprised of two specific research focus areas (“SRFAs”)...

Local Coordination Summary Report

April 09, 2024

States and territories are required to coordinate with a variety of stakeholder groups on the Broadband, Equity, Access and Deployment (BEAD) and Digital Equity (DE) programs and must document their local coordination and outreach activities. This involves providing a detailed description of their efforts to engage Tribal and local governments, community groups, industry, union and worker organizations, and underrepresented populations (among others) in their BEAD Five-Year Action Plan, Initial Proposal, and Final Proposal.

Frequently Asked Questions and Answers for the State Digital Equity Capacity Grant Program

March 29, 2024


The State Digital Equity Capacity Grant Program (Capacity Grant Program), authorized by Section 60304(d) of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, Public Law 117-58, 135 Stat. 429 (November 15, 2021), also commonly known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, provides federal funding to equip individuals and communities with the skills and tools needed for full participation in society and the economy.

Fact Sheet: Introduction to the State Digital Equity (DE) Capacity Grant Program

March 29, 2024

This document is intended solely to assist recipients in better understanding the State Digital Equity Capacity Grant program (SDECGP) and the requirements set forth in the Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for this program. This document does not and is not intended to supersede, modify, or otherwise alter applicable statutory or regulatory requirements, or the specific application requirements set forth in the NOFO. In all cases, statutory and regulatory mandates, and the requirements set forth in the NOFO, shall prevail over any inconsistencies contained in this document.

Safeguarding and Securing the Open Internet: Ex Parte Comments of the National Telecommunications and Information Administration

March 21, 2024

The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) is pleased to offer ex parte comments in response to the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (Notice) in the above-captioned proceeding. As the President’s principal advisor on telecommunications and information policy, NTIA is charged with developing, coordinating, and presenting the Executive Branch’s views to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC or Commission). NTIA is deeply committed to advancing the Internet for All programs and promoting a robust digital economy.