Currently, I serve as a supervisor to a stellar group of civil servants who bring a wealth of experience and expertise from both the private and non-profit sectors. Like me, they are all dedicated to the Department of Commerce’s efforts to expand broadband availability throughout the nation, especially in rural areas.
Of all the different jobs I’ve held, my current position at EDA has had the most potential for transformation and helping people. My job at EDA has allowed me to improve how federal resources are made available, enhancing their overall impact through interagency collaboration and co-investment.
America’s economic resurgence is in full swing, and the Trump Administration is focused on turning that into a permanent reality. Tax and regulatory reform, combined with pro-growth policies, are leading to record-breaking economic growth. Global executives have noticed and continue to show their confidence with job-creating investment.
Firefighters rely on self-contained breathing apparatuses (SCBA) to protect them from dangerous heat and toxic smoke. NIST research helped to improve industry standards for SCBA performance, leading to rapid improvements in the safety of the nation’s firefighters.
This week is National Small Business Week and the Commerce Department is pleased to join the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) in recognizing outstanding entrepreneurs and small business owners across the nation.
Letters from the U.S. Census Bureau are beginning to land in mailboxes and mailrooms of businesses as the collection of data for almost 4 million business locations begins as part of the 2017 Economic Census.
The Economic Census is the most comprehensive business survey in the United States.
The U.S. Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has released version 1.1 of its popular Framework for Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity, more widely known as the Cybersecurity Framework. “Cybersecurity is critical for national and economic security,” said Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross.