White House

The American Rescue Plan: Top Highlights from 3 Years of Recovery

The American Rescue Plan invested in all of America and provided direct relief to every town, city, county, Tribe and state for the first time in American history. The American Rescue Plan included major investments to critical areas, including $25 billion to jumpstart universal broadband access—including Broadband Connections for 18 million students through the Emergency Connectivity Fund so that schools and libraries could close the homework gap.

Remarks by President Biden at the National League of Cities Congressional City Conference

In January, I was in Raleigh, North Carolina, where we’re investing $3 billion to connect the entire state for affordable high-speed Internet to end—by the end of the decade.  And we’re doing it in all 50 states. It’s critical for children to be able to do their homework, small businesses to be able to sell their products, folks to have access to telemedicine when they’re driving—without driving to see their doctors if they live in the countryside.

Fact Sheet: The President’s Budget Lowers Costs for the American People

President Biden is fighting to lower costs for American families and has made lowering costs his top domestic priority.

State of the Union Address

Thanks to our Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, 46,000 new projects have been announced across your communities – modernizing our roads and bridges, ports and airports, and public transit systems. ... Providing affordable high speed internet for every American no matter where you live. 

President Biden Announces New Actions to Lower Costs for Americans by Fighting Corporate Rip-Offs

President Joe Biden is focused on lowering costs for hardworking Americans by taking action to end corporate rip-offs and other unfair practices that keep prices high.

President Biden Issues Executive Order to Protect Americans’ Sensitive Personal Data

A new Biden Executive Order will protect Americans’ sensitive personal data from exploitation by countries of concern.

Joint Statement Endorsing Principles for 6G: Secure, Open, and Resilient by Design

The Governments of the United States, Australia, Canada, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Sweden, and the United Kingdom concur on these shared principles for the research and development of 6G wireless communication systems; and recognize that by working together we can support open, free, global, interoperable, reliable, resilient, and secure connectivity. We believe this to be an indispensable contribution towards building a more inclusive, sustainable, secure, and peaceful future for all, and call upon other governments, organizations, and stakeholders