Discover the latest legislation updates, policy news, and government resources that affect the manufacturing technology industry.
Reducing water use is not a big concern for most manufacturers, but there are solid reasons to look at better water efficiency now before challenges arise in the future.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology’s (NIST) Manufacturing Extension Program (MEP) announced awards of roughly $400,000 to each of its MEP National Network Centers in all 50 states and Puerto Rico.
The federal Chips bill & Inflation Reduction Act aimed to reduce U.S. manufacturing's reliance on Asia, creating 364K domestic manufacturing jobs in 2022. Amber Thomas from AMT & Harry Moser from the Reshoring Initiative discuss friendshoring, reshoring..
Recent AI news and developments have piqued the public's curiosity – and fear. A slew of activities are happening in Washington this month related to artificial intelligence and how to regulate it to protect Americans’ rights and safety.
AMT joined over 150 small business organizations on a letter released by the Family Business Coalition in support of the Death Tax Repeal Act. Currently, the tax forces families and businesses to sell assets, lay off staff, and slash payroll to meet it.
President Biden prioritizes labor and ESG policies, but some labor groups and union workers complain about stalled progress, while the GOP-led efforts to ban ESG factors in federal retirement plans fails.
As manufacturing technology providers, we have the power to make a big impact on the health of our planet. AMT is embarking on a series of articles investigating the issues surrounding sustainable manufacturing.
Supply chain experts share their outlook as North American companies accelerate reshoring and foreign direct investment while abnormally low interest rates are being raised to control inflation.
President Biden's recent State of the Union address focused on childcare, Social Security, education, labor, and wages, as well as the importance of manufacturing to jobs and competitiveness. Does he see a bipartisan path forward? Here are five takeaways.
The new CHIPS+ law contains billions of dollars for significant manufacturing and R&D incentives to build the U.S. semiconductor industry. Funding opportunities are set to begin this month. We take a look at what's in the law and what you need to know.