Accelerating a 21st-century
race to the top
Forging a path toward American and allied prosperity and global competitiveness through investment in bipartisan economic, strategic, and technological policy solutions.
The race is on. As the world competes for the newest technologies, the smartest economies, and the most sustainable industries, the nations that assert bold long-term strategies will shape the global order for decades to come. At this pivotal moment of geopolitical competition, America and its allies can't afford to sit on the sidelines. It's time to chart a course toward economic prosperity at home and competitiveness on the world stage.
What is Silverado Policy Accelerator?
Silverado Policy Accelerator is a non-profit, bipartisan policy organization dedicated to solving geopolitical challenges in three critical strategic areas: trade and industrial security, economic and ecological security (Eco²Sec), and cybersecurity. Our novel policy accelerator model is designed to transform fresh ideas into actionable initiatives, nurturing a new strategic and economic vision from the ground up. We focus on issues where bipartisan convergence creates a real path toward progress, and we sweat the details of implementing effective policy solutions regardless of where they come from.
Silverado uses its novel accelerator approach to solve policy challenges in three interconnected areas that will critically shape America's role in the 21st century.
Trade and Industrial Security
Shaping trade policy to support American workers, secure America's supply chains, and advance equitable trade practices.
Modernizing America's cyber strategy to enhance deterrence, defend against cyber attacks, and protect intellectual property and national security.
Foregrounding the nexus of economic and ecological risk and opportunity to meet the 21st-century climate imperative.
Silverado's three focal points converge on a single challenge: How will the United States and its allies maintain global leadership and competitiveness in a new era of economic, technological, and strategic competition?