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Strategy for American Innovation
Document Number: 2014-17761
Type: Notice
Date: 2014-07-29
Agency: Office of Science and Technology Policy, National Economic Council
The Office of Science and Technology Policy and the National Economic Council request public comments to provide input into an upcoming update of the Strategy for American Innovation, which 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 this 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.
Extension of Comment Period for Commercialization of University Research Request for Information
Document Number: 2010-9560
Type: Notice
Date: 2010-04-26
Agency: Office of Science and Technology Policy, National Economic Council
Commercialization of University Research Request for Information
Document Number: 2010-6606
Type: Notice
Date: 2010-03-25
Agency: Office of Science and Technology Policy, National Economic Council
In September 2009, President Obama released his national innovation strategy, which is designed to promote sustainable growth and the creation of quality jobs. Two key parts of this strategy are to increase support for both the fundamental research at our nation's universities and the effective commercialization of promising technologies.