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Milstein Commission on New Manufacturing to Release Report on June 13 in D.C.

The Miller Center will hold a news conference Friday, June 13 at the National Press Club to release the Milstein Commission on New Manufacturing's report, offering innovative, non-partisan, actionable ideas on how to create middle-class manufacturing jobs.

The report is entitled Building a Nation of Makers: Six Ideas to Accelerate the Innovative Capacity of America's Manufacturing SMEs.

It offers six ideas on how to accelerate the innovative capacity of American manufacturing’s small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Ideas include providing a more flexible education system, certification programs, and access to financing and technology.

The news conference will take place in the First Amendment Lounge at the National Press Club, located at 529 14th St., NW. It will be live streamed at www.millercenter.org. Please RSVP to

mc-reservations@eservices.virginia.edu if you plan to attend. 

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