Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy

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The Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy (OTMP) is an office established within the White House Office by US President Donald Trump by Presidential Executive Order 13797 on 29 April 2017.[1]

Full Quotation of Sec. 2 (mission)

"The mission of the OTMP is to defend and serve American workers and domestic manufacturers while advising the President on policies to increase economic growth, decrease the trade deficit, and strengthen the United States manufacturing and defense industrial bases."

and of Sec. 3 (Responsibilities):

"The OTMP shall:
(a) advise the President on innovative strategies and promote trade policies consistent with the President's stated goals;
(b) serve as a liaison between the White House and the Department of Commerce and undertake trade-related special projects as requested by the President; and
(c) help improve the performance of the executive branch's domestic procurement and hiring policies, including through the implementation of the policies described in Executive Order 13788 of April 18, 2017 (Buy American and Hire American)."

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