In October 2018, the White House released the quadrennial Strategy for American Leadership in Advanced Manufacturing, which is based on a vision for American leadership in advanced manufacturing across industrial sectors to ensure national security and economic prosperity.
To achieve this vision, the strategy defines three goals:
1) Develop and Transition New Manufacturing Technologies
2) Educate, Train, and Connect the Manufacturing Workforce
3) Expand the Capabilities of the Domestic Manufacturing Supply Chain
The strategic plan was developed by the National Science and Technology Council, Subcommittee on Advanced Manufacturing, with significant input from industry, manufacturing associations, technical associations, other organizational stakeholders, and members of the public obtained through a Request for Information supplemented by numerous roundtable discussions hosted by NIST and different stakeholders across the country.
The NSTC Subcommittee on Advanced Manufacturing has commenced the development of an updated National Strategic Plan for Advanced Manufacturing, to be released in 2022, and is soliciting public input through an RFI (link will be updated when 2021 RFI is published https://www.federalregister.gov/d/2018-02160) by the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP). The purpose of the RFI is to obtain recommendations from a wide range of stakeholders, including representatives from diverse manufacturing companies, academia, and other relevant organizations and institutions to inform OSTP and NSTC as they work with Federal agencies and other stakeholders to develop the revised Plan.
November 1, 2021 is the last day to submit responses. Responses are to be submitted by: Link will be provided when the RFI is published.