Postponed* Roundtable Discussion on the Digital Connectivity & Cybersecurity Partnership (DCCP) Initiative
Date & time
Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Spencer Cresswell at +1-202-595-2671 or Scresswell@bciu.org
This roundtable will feature the following participants:
- Ruth Berry, Deputy Director, Communications and Information Policy, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, U.S. Department of State
- Jack Spilsbury, Senior Coordinator, Connectivity, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, U.S. Department of State
- Braphus Kaalund, Policy Coordination, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, U.S. Department of State
- Ann Meceda, East Asia Cyber Coordinator, Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs, U.S. Department of State (Tentative)
- Douglas Britt, Senior Advisor, USAID/Global Development Lab (Tentative)
- Thomas Koutsky, Senior Connectivity Policy Advisor, USAID/Global Development Lab (Tentative)
- Cary Ingram, Senior International Trade Specialist,Telecommunications Technologies, U.S. Department of Commerce (Tentative)
- Michelle Sylvester-Jose, Acting Director, Global Data Policy Team, Office of Digital Services Industries, U.S. Department of Commerce
- Eric Jones, Senior Advisor, Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)
- Heather Lanigan,Co-lead, Indo-Pacific Initiative, U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA)
Event location and appropriate details will be provided upon registration.
Hosting opportunities are still available for this event. If you are interesting in sponsoring this event, please contact Spencer Cresswell at email@example.com
Due to the government shutdown the roundtable on the Digital Connectivity and Cybersecurity Partnership (DCCP) originally scheduled for this Wednesday, January 9th, 2019 (3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.) will be postponed.
We will notify you as soon as a reschedule date is established. Thank you.
For more information, please contact Spencer Cresswell at Scresswell@bciu.org or +1-202-595-2671.
About the DCCP
The "Digital Connectivity and Cybersecurity Partnership" (DCCP) is a new multi-year U.S. government initiative that will bring together support for infrastructure development, policy and regulatory reforms, U.S. export assistance, and cybersecurity capacity building. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced this new “Digital Partnership” in July of 2018, at the Indo-Pacific Business Forum as part of a U.S. commitment to enhance U.S. economic and commercial engagement in the Indo-Pacific.
With initial funding of $25 million, the initiative is seeking to identify potential projects in the broader Indo-Pacific in partnership with the U.S. private sector; while initially focused on the Indo-Pacific, this initiative will expand into other regions in 2019. This funding can be used to provide technical assistance and capacity building training, facilitate public-private sector engagements, including trade missions, and support project design and financing, as long as there is a U.S. company nexus.