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  • National Economic Council and Office of Science and Technology Policy Publish RFI to Gain Input for Update of "Strategy for American Innovation"; Identify Workforce Development, Entrepreneurship, and Regional Innovation Ecosystems as Interests

    The Office of Science and Technology Policy and the National Economic Council have invited public comments to provide input into an upcoming update of the "Strategy for American Innovation." This strategy helps to guide the Administration`s efforts to promote lasting economic growth and competitiveness through policies that support transformative American innovation in products, processes, and services and spur new fundamental discoveries that in the long run lead to growing economic prosperity and rising living standards.

    These efforts include policies to promote critical components of the American innovation ecosystem, including scientific research and development (R&D), technical workforce, entrepreneurship, technology commercialization, advanced manufacturing, and others.

    The strategy also provides an important framework to channel these Federal investments in innovation capacity towards innovative activity for specific national priorities. The public input provided through today`s notice will inform the deliberations of the National Economic Council and the Office of Science and Technology Policy, which are together responsible for publishing an updated Strategy for American Innovation.

    Responses must be received by September 23. Click here for the full notice.

    The RFI questions below are grouped into the following categories: Overarching Questions Innovation Trends Science, Technology, and R&D Priorities Skilled Workforce Development Manufacturing and Entrepreneurship Regional Innovation Ecosystems Intellectual Property/Antitrust Novel Government Tools for Promoting Innovation National Priorities

  • What Works In Job Training: A Synthesis of the Evidence

    On January 30, 2014, President Barack Obama directed Vice President Joseph Biden to lead a government-wide review of federal programs in the workforce and training system to ensure they are designed to equip the nation`s workers with skills matching the needs of employers looking to hire. The review culminated in an action plan to make the system more job-driven, integrated, and effective.

    To inform the development of the action plan, agencies were asked to summarize the evidence on adult and youth job training strategies and programs to "...determine what information is lacking and identify future research and evaluation that can be undertaken to ensure the Federal programs invest in effective practices." This document, prepared by the Secretaries of Labor, Commerce, Education and Health and Human Services, with input from several other Federal agencies and staff, presents the results of that evidence summary.

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    Also see:

    Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Resource Page

    Employment and Training Administration Research Publication Database

  • White House Rural Council Announces $10 Billion Private Investment Fund to Finance Job-Creating Infrastructure Projects in Rural America

    The White House Rural Council has announced the creation of the new U.S. Rural Infrastructure Opportunity Fund through which private entities can invest in job-creating rural infrastructure projects across the country. An initial $10 billion has been committed to the fund with greater investment expected to follow. Target investments will include hospitals, schools and other educational facilities, rural water and wastewater systems, energy projects, broadband expansion, local and regional food systems, and other rural infrastructure.

    CoBank a national cooperative bank serving rural America and a member of the Farm Credit System, is the fund`s anchor investor, committing $10 billion to get the fund off the ground. Capitol Peak Asset Management will manage the new fund and work to recruit more investors to add to CoBank`s initial commitment. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and other federal agencies will help to identify rural projects that could be potential beneficiaries of financing through this new fund and other private sources.

    The creation of the new fund was announced during the first-ever White House Rural Opportunity Investment Conference in Washington, D.C. The conference brought together business and financial community leaders, Administration and other government officials, rural development experts, and others to promote investment opportunities in America`s rural communities.

    The Rural Infrastructure Opportunity Fund will allow America`s rural economy to continue its forward momentum by enhancing access to capital for rural infrastructure projects and speeding up the process of rural infrastructure improvements. The fund is immediately open for business and more investors can now add to the initial $10 billion in available capital.

    The fund will allow a wide variety of new participants, including pension funds, endowments, foundations, and other institutional investors that have not traditionally had access to these markets to invest in rural development. In some cases, projects may be funded entirely through private sector dollars. In others, private dollars may be leveraged with and extend critical government loan and grant programs.

    News Release

    Also see:

    Fact Sheet: Increasing Investment in Rural America

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