The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) is soliciting input from individuals and organizations to help identify priorities for the National Digital Assets Research and Development Agenda.

The agenda, which was announced in September, is focused on developing digital assets and distributed ledger technology, and aims to support research that translates technological breakthroughs into market-ready products and kickstart fundamental research.

In a Request for Information (RFI) posted on the Federal Register, the OSTP invites comments of no more than 10 pages in length by March 23.

The RFI states that research in this area has often been conducted in a fragmented manner, with limited consideration for broader implications, applications, and risks, and that a more comprehensive approach would provide focus towards achieving a holistic vision of a digital assets ecosystem that embodies democratic values and other key priorities.