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U.S. Commerce Dept. 5h
. announces affirmative final determinations in the antidumping duty (AD) investigations of imports of biodiesel from Argentina and Indonesia
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EDA 8h
Congrats to our 2015 grantee on your new partnership with to accelerate commercialization of new medical technologies!
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First Responder Network Authority 8h
READ: Brent Williams, FirstNet Senior EMS Advisor in --> "FirstNet Brings High Quality, Efficient Care Directly to the Patient"
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NTIA 7h
The President’s infrastructure plan will help states ... by streamlining the arduous permitting approval process for deploying broadband infrastructure ... and by incentivizing private capital investment. Read more from the :
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The White House 8h
President Trump’s pro-growth policies are reviving the United States economy, and the Economic Report of the President (ERP) shows a path for continued growth. Read the report:
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U.S. Commerce Dept. 7h
NEW blog: Outlines Commerce-Led Initiatives to Advance Space Leadership
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U.S. Commerce Dept. 9h
Replying to @SecretaryRoss
.: “We need a future-oriented space commerce agenda and supportive regulatory regime. With input and guidance from the Space Council, the Department of Commerce can be the one-stop shop the industry so sorely needs.”
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U.S. Commerce Dept. 9h
Replying to @SecretaryRoss
.: “For too long the commercial space industry has been forced to waste valuable time and resources interfacing with a multitude of government agencies and regulatory bodies.”
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U.S. Commerce Dept. 9h
Replying to @SecretaryRoss
.: “Commerce’s review of the outdated regulatory framework, discussions with an ambitious but frustrated space industry, and meetings within the Administration have made one thing clear: The rate of regulatory change must match the rate of technological change!”
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U.S. Commerce Dept. 9h
Replying to @SecretaryRoss
.: “Since the Council’s first meeting last October, the Department of Commerce has identified regulatory barriers to commercial space activity and developed a vision for the future of space commerce.”
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U.S. Commerce Dept. 9h
. outlined his plans for cutting red tape to advance American leadership in space during today's meeting of the National Space Council at .
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U.S. Commerce Dept. 9h
.: “A Bright Future for U.S. Leadership of Space Commerce”
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Vice President Mike Pence 10h
With the good work of the National Space Council at today, and with the strong leadership of Trump and the support of the American people — I know we will astonish the world with the heights we reach and the wonders we achieve.
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The White House 12h
“We have to make sure American farmers and their families, wherever they may be, wherever they may go, have the infrastructure projects that they need to compete and grow,” Read more about President Trump's infrastructure plan in 1600 Daily:
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U.S. Census Bureau 13h
87.1 % of African-Americans completed high school in 2016. See more facts:
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USPTO 12h
Goal of the game is to get the biscuit in the basket.
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U.S. Commerce Dept. 13h
LIVE NOW Watch today's meeting of the National Space Council:
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NASA 13h
LIVE NOW: Hear from Pence and the members of the at as they discuss plans for exploring the . Watch:
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U.S. Embassy Colombo 21h
12 Dept of Commerce junior officers are in the U.S. for a commercial diplomacy program organized by . This flagship visit aims to help develop world class commercial officers and strengthen the trade relationship between our two countries 🇺🇸🇱🇰
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EDA Feb 20
Mr. Johnathan M. Holifield, Executive Director, White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities tells us how EDA and HBCUs can partner to foster conditions for economic inclusiveness and competitiveness:
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