On April 21st, U.S. Senators Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) announced the reintroduction of their bipartisan Endless Frontier Act (EFA). The bill is a bold initiative to solidify the United States’ leadership in scientific and technological innovation through increased investments in the discovery, creation, and manufacturing of technology critical to national security and economic competitiveness. Since reintroduction, industry leaders across the U.S. have touted their support for the bipartisan bill.
Seen as a tool to compete with China on the technological and economic front, the EFA further targets support to ensure new research investments translate into more American industries and manufacturing and high-tech jobs in regions across the country to become global centers of emerging technology. The EFA is also a unique opportunity for tech companies to tap into these federal funds.
Join Access Partnership’s Head of Washington DC, Michael Clauser, for an off-the-record briefing with Brandt Anderson, National Security Advisor to Senator Todd Young, as he discusses the latest movement and endgame scenarios for the EFA.
- Brandt Anderson, National Security Advisor to Senator Todd Young (R-Ind.)
- Mike Clauser, Head of Washington DC Office, Access Partnership