fcc congress 5.6b huawei ztereading

WASHINGTON – Today Jessica Rosenworcel, Chairwoman of the Committee, told Congress that providers originally requested $5.6 billion from Secure and Trusted Communication Networks reimbursement program to cover costs associated with removing, replacing, and disposing of insecure equipment within U.S. networks.

Rosenworcel, Chair, stated that Congress created a program to pay service providers for their efforts to increase security of the nation’s communications networks. This will ensure that the U.S. remains a leader in 5G security.

The Supply Chain Reimbursement program will reimburse advanced communication service providers for reasonable expenses incurred in removing, replacing, or disposing of communications equipment provided by ZTE Corporation (Hong Kong Technologies Company).

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