December 15, 2021

WASHINGTON – Today, global tech trade association ITI issued the following statement on the passage of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year (FY) 2022:

“As industrial partners of the Department of Defense, supporting the delivery of critical goods and improving the security and resiliency of United States’ digital assets and operations are key priorities for the tech industry,” said Gordon Bitko, ITI’s Senior Vice President of Policy for Public Sector. “The FY22 NDAA will continue to advance important elements of the Department’s mission, including modernizing its technology and enhancing U.S. leadership in innovation. We thank the U.S. Senate and House for working to advance this all-important measure. At the same time, we encourage them to continue their efforts to improve U.S. cyber defenses and drive more effective collaboration across agencies, including in response to significant cyber incidents. We look forward to continuing to work with Congress to advance these crucial priorities.”

Public Policy Tags: Cybersecurity, National Security, Public Sector