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Cloud Services

The cloud delivers computing resources over the Internet, such as storage, software, and services, creating a complex supply chain requiring extensive security protocols. Before deciding whether your business should migrate to the cloud, you should understand cloud computing’s capabilities and security risks.

5G and Beyond

Fifth generation wireless technologies (5G) provide the backbone for the critical connections necessary for prosperity and security in the United States. NTIA leads, coordinates, and engages in efforts to help ensure that 5G networks and the broader telecommunications supply chain are robust, reliable, and secure.

Internet for All

The Internet for All initiative provides more than $65 billion for infrastructure deployment, skills training, and access to technologies essential for Americans to connect with their communities. These grant programs aim to make high-speed internet affordable for all. They fund planning, infrastructure, and adoption efforts that promote digital equity and inclusion.

Climate Risks

While not a traditional component of supply chain risk management, climate risk to critical infrastructure is a growing concern across the United States.

Grant Information

NTIA manages and administers grant programs on behalf of the Federal government. Those grants are for programs and activities that promote the deployment of infrastructure for high-speed internet, manufacturing of critical components and technologies, and digital inclusion through access to skills development resources.