The Patrick Administration, working with business, academia, and the Legislature, created “Choosing to Compete in the 21st Century,” a strategic plan to create jobs and drive economic development in the state. Supporting manufacturing is an important part of the plan and the Patrick Administration is committed to building an industry that is competing globally through innovation. 

Manufacturing in Massachusetts
Manufacturing in Massachusetts

News & Updates

  • 2014 Advanced Manufacturing Summit Announced

    Join us for the second annual Advanced Manufacturing Summit! This year's summit will be held on April 29, 2014 at the DCU Center in Worcester.  This full-day summit will bring together hundreds of leading executives and managers from the manufacturing industry to share best practices, network, and discuss opportunities and challenges.  Register early - space is limited!  

  • Video: Michael Tamasi, AMC Board Member and CEO of AccuRounds, Attends White House Roundtable

    Avon, MA - February 3, 2014: Michael Tamasi, CEO of AccuRounds and MA AMC Board Member, was invited to the White House Friday, January 31 to take part in an event convened by President Obama to discuss strategies for helping our nation's nearly 4 million long-term unemployed get back into the labor market.  See a clip from his interview on Fox Business News "After the Bell" here.

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Programs & Resources

  • AMP it Up!

    AMP it Up! is a statewide promotional campaign educating students, parents, teachers and guidance counselors about manufacturing careers in the Commonwealth. Regional partnerships can apply for matching grants to expand the reach of their existing efforts to promote manufacturing careers. The AMP It Up! awards for 2014 totaled nearly $110,000. 

  • Advanced Manufacturing Regional Partnership Academy

    The Academy is a first-in-the-nation effort to strengthen the support for the immediate needs of manufacturers where it matters most – at the local level.  

    The Academy, building on our strong regional partnerships, is working with a team of experts from the University of Massachusetts to bring together regional partners to engage in quarterly Academy sessions in which best practices can be shared and practical challenges to meeting our manufacturers’ workforce needs can be addressed.  The Academy website managed by the University of Massachusetts can be found here.

  • Financial and Other Resources

    The Massachusetts Legislature and Governor Deval L. Patrick have dedicated significant new resources to support the state’s Advanced Manufacturing Agenda.  In the FY2014 state budget, over $21 million in new state funds have been dedicated to supporting the needs of our state’s manufacturers. 

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