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Yesterday, President Obama traveled to New London, Connecticut to give the commencement address to the class of 2015 at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.
Nearly three years have passed since Hurricane Sandy devastated the East Coast, and the recovery continues in some of the hardest-hit areas. According to a National Hurricane Center report,...Read More
“We’ve grown up with you. The country has – after a tough day at the office or coming home from work, knowing you’ve been there to give us a little bit a joy a little bit of laughter – it has meant so much. You’re part of all of us.”
– President Obama to David Letterman, May 4, 2015
Ed. note: The following was originally posted on Tradewinds, the official blog of the United States Trade Representative. You can read the original post here.Read More
Earlier this week, I had the honor of presenting 45 American companies with the President's “E” and “E” Star Awards, a recognition awarded to U.S. businesses that have made significant contributions to U.S. exports. These awardees, which range from small- and medium- sized businesses to household names, understand the importance of exports to their bottom line, American jobs, and the U.S. economy.
Every year during the third week of May, the President of the United States ...Read More
It is certainly true that America’s trade policy plays a large role in the resurgence and strength of our economy – but that’s not the only role it fills. Our trade policy also sits at the core of our strategy to keep America and our allies safe in the 21st century.Read More
Now available in 39 states, wind power has emerged as an important source of American clean energy – and there’s potential for even more. Today, the Energy Department released a new report – Enabling Wind Power Nationwide – that shows how the next generation of wind turbines can help expand wind power in all 50 states.
Two new NOAA grant programs will help coastal communities and their managers create on-the-ground projects to make them more resilient to the effects of extreme weather events, climate hazards, and changing ocean conditions.
This builds on NOAA’s commitment to provide information, tools, and services to help coastal communities reduce risk and plan for future severe events.
Last week, Secretary Penny Pritzker joined Congressman Jim Clyburn in Columbia, South Carolina to discuss how trade and exports are contributing to economic growth and job creation throughout the state.
To kick-off her day, Secretary Pritzker delivered the keynote speech at IT-oLogy, a nonprofit collaboration of businesses, academic institutions, and organizations dedicated to growing the IT talent pipeline, fostering economic development, and advancing the IT profession. During her remarks, Secretary Pritzker highlighted the importance of trade and exports in South Carolina.