Through the Digital Connectivity and Cybersecurity Partnership (DCCP), the United States is improving partner countries’ digital connectivity and expanding opportunities for U.S. technology exports. In addition to establishing public-private partnerships to build digital infrastructure, this initiative is deploying technical assistance to improve partner countries’ regulatory policies and cybersecurity.
USTDA is advancing the goals of the DCCP through its unique toolset. The Agency partners with the U.S. private sector and overseas project sponsors on investments in critical connectivity and cybersecurity projects that support the development of open, interoperable, reliable and secure communications across the Indo-Pacific region.
USTDA has supported a range of information and communications technology (ICT) activities across the region, bolstering connectivity, emergency communications systems, cybersecurity, and smart cities.