The Congressional Maker Caucus is a bipartisan group of legislators aimed at promoting American manufacturing and entrepreneurship by giving congressional support to new technologies that revolutionize manufacturing and help eliminate barriers to entrepreneurship.
The White House will hold the first ever White House Maker Faire (date TBD). The Obama Administration believes that the Maker Movement has the potential to advance several national goals, including STEM education/workforce development, and entrepreneurship/job creation.
Many cities are already playing an important role, the White House is interested in highlighting new/expanded commitments and a “sign on” letter.
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