The Department of Energy's Office of Fossil Energy and Carbon Management is uniquely positioned to support the U.S. as it develops a carbon transport and storage industry at the scale necessary to decarbonize the economy. It will do this while considering the environmental and social benefits and associated impacts these efforts may have. Our research, development, and demonstration (RD&D) program is making key investments in advanced technology RD&D, large-scale transport scenarios, commercial-scale storage facilities, and regional hubs, all to support a foundation for carbon storage in support of both carbon mitigation and removal. Critical components that will help catalyze the growth of carbon capture and storage deployment at-scale include, but are not limited to, strategies to develop the infrastructure for reliable carbon storage, RD&D to improve performance and reduce costs, educational partnerships to grow the workforce, technology transfer, and technical assistance to stakeholders.