Report Card: Two Years of Building Stronger Supply Chains and a More Resilient Economy

The COVID-19 pandemic and resulting economic crisis significantly disrupted supply chains around the world, forcing many families to navigate empty store shelves, endure longer delivery times, and pay higher prices at the register. Supply chain bottlenecks for critical inputs, like semiconductors, exposed major U.S. economic and national security vulnerabilities, many of which were decades in…

Issue Brief: Supply Chain Resilience

Economic shocks caused by the Covid-19 pandemic severely disrupted global supply chains. At the same time, Covid-related shutdowns rapidly rotated consumer demand towards goods and away from in-person services. This collision of pandemic-induced supply shocks and strong demand for goods generated inflationary pressure across the global economy. As suppliers were unable to meet elevated demand,…

FACT SHEET: Biden-Harris Administration Announces Key Actions to Strengthen America’s Electric Grid, Boost Clean Energy Deployment and Manufacturing Jobs, and Cut Dangerous Pollution from the Power Sector

Since Day One, President Biden has led and delivered on the most ambitious climate and environmental justice agenda in history, including securing the largest-ever climate investment. The power sector, which is responsible for a quarter of annual U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, now has more tools than ever – including unprecedented financial support, efficient permitting, and…

Fact Sheet: Biden-Harris Administration Releases Version 2 of the National Cybersecurity Strategy Implementation Plan

May 7, 2024 Read the full Implementation Plan here Today, the Biden-Harris Administration released Version 2 of the National Cybersecurity Strategy Implementation Plan which outlines actions the Federal Government is taking to improve U.S. national cybersecurity posture.  This updated roadmap describes 100 high-impact Federal initiatives, each intended to substantively increase our collective digital security and…

Memorandum on Presidential Waiver of Statutory Requirements Pursuant to Section 303 of the Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended, on Department of Defense Supply Chains Resilience

MEMORANDUM FOR THE SECRETARY OF DEFENSE SUBJECT:      Presidential Waiver of Statutory Requirements              Pursuant to Section 303 of the Defense Production              Act of 1950, as amended, on Department of              Defense Supply Chains Resilience By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and the laws of the United States of America, including…

FACT SHEET: Update on the United States Commitment to Expanding Access to Medicines Around the World

Since Day One, the Biden-Harris Administration has worked to ensure the United States is better prepared for the next pandemic. U.S. national security and prosperity depend on countries around the world being prepared to prevent outbreaks when possible, and to rapidly detect and respond to emerging infectious disease threats when they occur. Detecting infectious disease…

Press Briefing by Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg, and Deputy Commandant for Operations for the U.S. Coast Guard Vice Admiral Peter Gautier

1:26 P.M. EDT MS. JEAN-PIERRE: Good afternoon, everyone. Q Good afternoon. MS. JEAN-PIERRE: Thank you for joining us. Thank you for joining us. Okay. I have a couple things at the top. And as you can see, we have guests with us today. Our hearts go out to the families of the six individuals still…

Background Press Call by Senior Administration Officials on New Action to Ensure the Future of the American Auto Industry

11:49 A.M. EDT MR. FERNÁNDEZ HERNÁNDEZ:  Good morning, everyone. Thank you for joining today’s press call on new action from the Department of Energy to ensure the future of the auto industry is built here in America. As a reminder, the call will begin with on-the-record remarks from Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm, Acting Secretary…

Background Press Call by National Economic Advisor Lael Brainard and Senior Administration Officials on President Biden’s Actions to Protect American Workers and Businesses from China’s Unfair Trade Practices

3:23 P.M. EDT      MR. KIKUKAWA:  Hey, everyone.  Thank you for joining our call today.  Apologies that the daily press briefing is still ongoing.  Today’s call is embargoed until tomorrow at five o’clock a.m. Eastern time.  It will — we will start with on-the-record remarks from National Economic Advisor Lael Brainard, followed by a background…

Remarks by President Biden on Bidenomics | Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia ShipyardPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania 1:07 P.M. EDT THE PRESIDENT: Hello, Philly! Have a seat if you have one. (Applause.) Emily, thank you for that introduction. I tell you what, Mayor Kenney, thanks for the passport back into the city. I think the only reason why it was allowed to happen is I married a Philly girl.…

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