The NITRD NCO, on behalf of an interagency working group on information integrity R&D, requested public input (Federal Register Notice 87 FR 15274) on a range of questions pertaining to prospective Federal priorities for R&D efforts to address misinformation and disinformation. The purpose of the RFI was to seek input on ways in which the Federal Government might enable research and development activities to advance the trustworthiness of information, mitigate the effects of information manipulation, and foster an environment of trust and resilience in which individuals can be discerning consumers of information. The deadline for responses was May 15, 2022. Received responses are linked below. Please note that the responses do not represent the views or opinions of the U.S. Government.

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Academic Researcher from Boston University
Applied Research Laboratories, The University of Texas at Austin (ARL-UT)
Cliff B.
Coalition for Content Provenance & Authenticity (C2PA)
Computing Research Association’s Computing Community Consortium (CCC)
Growth Focused Insights and Research (GFI Research)
Indiana University Observatory on Social Media (IU-OSoMe)
International Research & Exchanges Board (IREX)
Jonathan M.
MITRE Corporation
Partnership for Countering Influence Operations, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (PCIO-CEIP)
Patrick W.
Sandia National Laboratories
Special Competitive Studies Project (SCSP)