$9 million research grant targets software supply chain security

Researchers across four universities will collaborate to investigate technical challenges in software supply chain security and help build a diverse workforce for the software industry. North Carolina State University (NC State) is the lead institution on a $9 million, multi-institution National Science Foundation grant, which will establish the Secure Software Supply Chain Center (S3C2), bringing together researchers, industry partners and government agencies to develop scientific tools, metrics, data formats and methods to reduce risks with software. Other university partners include Carnegie Mellon University, The George Washington University and the University of Maryland College Park.

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