About this event
The Senate recently approved a bipartisan bill aimed at strengthening American leadership in global technological innovation. With hundreds of billions of dollars for domestic semiconductor manufacturing, R&D commercialization, and regional economic development, the legislation is an important moment for bipartisanship and U.S. competitiveness policy. But the work is far from finished. American competitiveness is too broad and complex to be addressed through a single bill. Many provisions that enjoyed bipartisan support were left out. Much remains to be defined during implementation.
Join the Bipartisan Policy Center for a discussion about ensuring successful implementation and how to maintain a sense of urgency around competitiveness policy.
Fireside chats with:
Former U.S. Ambassador to China
Vice President of Supply Chain and Logistics, Consumer Brands Association
Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, BPC