The White House’s Office of Science and Technology Policy has released a national strategy outlining a vision to establish U.S. leadership in advanced manufacturing by creating more job opportunities, strengthening supply chains and developing innovative technologies.
The National Strategy for Advanced Manufacturing identifies three key goals and 11 strategic objectives to revitalize the U.S. manufacturing sector and address global competition, the Department of Commerce said Friday.
The strategy also outlines 37 national technical and program priorities and recommendations for the next four years.
Specifically, the strategy seeks to spur advanced manufacturing technology development and implementation, create high-paying jobs to grow the U.S. advanced manufacturing workforce and build resilience into manufacturing supply chains.
The release of the strategy follows the recent passage of the CHIPS and Science Act of 2022, which seeks to provide incentives for semiconductor research, development and production efforts.