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NCSL Legislative Video Resource Center

The NCSL Video Resource Center is a collection of recorded webinars accessible for on-demand learning.

Technology and Communications

Remote Work Revolution: How can remote work taxation affect state budgets?

The shift away from the office has had far-reaching implications especially when it comes to employees, businesses, and state budgets. This webinar aims to take a deeper dive into these issues and discuss what states can to adapt to the ever changing labor market.

How to Harness the CHIPS Program to Revitalize Tech in Your State

President Biden signed the bipartisan Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors (CHIPS) Act of 2022 to tackle some of the biggest manufacturing and innovation challenges of our time. The act will invest $50 billion through the Department of Commerce’s CHIPS for America Fund to revitalize the domestic semiconductor industry, protect American national and economic security, preserve U.S. leadership in the industries of the future, create good-paying jobs and build strong communities here in the United States.

The Latest Buzz on Broadband

What's the plan to connect all Americans to affordable, reliable high-speed internet? Join us for an update from the Federal Communications Commission and National Telecommunications and Information Administration about where things stand and how $65 billion from the bipartisan infrastructure law will help achieve that goal.

Broadband and Wireless Connectivity To Infinity and Beyond

The digital divide refers to the gap between those who have access to high-speed internet and devices and those who do not. Access to high-speed broadband internet is critically important for economic opportunity, education and job creation. Learn an overview of the topic from experts. Speakers include Heather Morton, NCSL.

Getting Ahead of Cybercriminals

Nation-state actors, organized crime and other kinds of cybercriminals are behind recent hacks, breaches and ransomware demands. Learn about cybercriminals and their motivations, build a better understanding of the risks everyone faces, and learn how to confront them. Speakers include Susan Frederick, Pam Greenberg and Wendy Underhill, NCSL, and Representative Giovanni Capriglione (R-Texas).