Endless Frontier Act Takes on New Form, Passes Senate
After an eventful process that saw the bill molded into different variations, the Endless Frontier Act (EFA) passed the Senate on Tuesday, June 8th, as part of a larger package labeled the United States Innovation and Competition Act, or USICA, aimed at bolstering American competitiveness with China.
Initially, EFA was a proposal to create a new $100 billion technology Directorate within the National Science Foundation (NSF).read more
Federal R&D Investment as a Tool for Global Competition
Federal policy discussions about global competition increasingly include the importance of basic research. China’s continued emergence as an economic and military power in the world has generated bipartisan interest in revitalizing the United States’ federal research and development investments as a tool to ensure American global competitiveness in the years ahead. Two recent meetings brought experts together to discuss opportunities for such a policy response.
Task Force on Americanread more