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August 9, 2021
It would have been a missed opportunity if the Senate’s infrastructure package doubled down on 20th-century transportation policy. So it is an important accomplishment that the bill includes measures to spur innovation, particularly by advancing a national vehicle-miles-traveled payment system.
August 9, 2021
This infrastructure package has a lot more going for it than just roads and bridges... Keep an eye on the pilot and demonstration projects the bill establishes, because they have the potential to bridge the biggest gap in the U.S. climate-tech effort to date.
August 2, 2021
Early proposals from the administration indicated an intent to transform broadband into an old-fashioned utility through massive, wasteful overbuilding. Significant improvements to the draft legislation have brought it much closer to something ITIF could support.
July 27, 2021
WASHINGTON—Following the House Science Committee marking up five bills to complement the United States Innovation and Competitiveness Act, funding several regional technology hubs, reauthorizing th
July 26, 2021
WASHINGTON—Nearly 20 years after joining the World Trade Organization (WTO), China remains woefully short of meeting a broad range of commitments and responsibilities it made in order to join the o

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August 16, 2021
“Perhaps the single biggest criticism of the RUC system is that it violates travelers’ privacy,” said the Information Technology Innovation Foundation (ITIF) in a 2019 policy guide.  
August 14, 2021
David Hart, a science policy expert at George Mason University, 
August 12, 2021
“Our political leaders have to accept that there’s going to be some failure,” said David Hart, senior fellow at the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation, a science and technology
August 11, 2021
ScienceInsider spoke with David Hart, a science policy expert at George Mason University who has been closely following the bill, about its research-related provisions.
August 10, 2021
“It would have been a missed opportunity if the Senate’s infrastructure package doubled down on 20th-century transportation policy.

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