The Alliance for American Manufacturing is a non-profit, non-partisan partnership formed in 2007 by some of America’s leading manufacturers and the United Steelworkers to explore common solutions to challenging public policy topics such as job creation, infrastructure investment, international trade, and global competitiveness.
We believe that an innovative and growing manufacturing base is vital to America’s economic and national security, as well as to providing good jobs for future generations. AAM achieves its mission through research, public education, advocacy, strategic communications, and coalition building around the issues that matter most to America’s manufacturing sector.
AAM’s capacity includes a Washington D.C.-based lobby and research operation and a national field staff. Current issues include promoting strong Buy American provisions at both the federal and state levels, advocating for fair trade, and promoting revitalization through a long-term national manufacturing strategy.
The blueprint for the future was built by AAM.
About Us Video
The Case to Strengthen U.S. Manufacturing
John Surma on the Importance of the AAM Partnership
Leo Gerard on the Union of Labor and Management
Patrick Hassey on Manufacturing, American Workers, and the Information Age