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Memorandum of Understanding Regarding Information Sharing

July 23, 2024

Memorandum of Understanding Regarding Information Sharing between the Federal Communications Commission, U.S. Department of Agriculture, The National Telecommunications and Information Administration of the U.S. Department of Commerce, and the U.S. Department of the Treasury.

Digital Equity Act at a Glance

June 26, 2024

The third grant program funded by the Digital Equity Act of 2021 is the Digital Equity Competitive Grant Program. The information below can guide organizations as they Get Ready to prepare their applications.

Understanding the DE Competitive Grant Program: What You Need to Know

The Digital Equity Act programs focus on empowering those most impacted by the digital divide, referred to as “Covered Populations.”  The Covered Populations are:   

Frequently Asked Questions #2

June 19, 2024
America’s Wireless Innovation Fund:Securing Our Future

The following page contains the second in a series of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) intended to clarify and provide guidance on information in the Innovation Fund’s second Notice of Funding Opportunity

Funding Programs

“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.