The latest iteration of the ‘tougher cookie’ idea from the Obama administration is gaining traction.
It’s an effort by the Commerce Department and the National Economic Council to “make the internet more competitive and provide a pathway to innovation and growth,” the Treasury Department announced in a press release today.
The proposal calls for the creation of a new “toughest cookie” template, which the administration says could help businesses to “maximize their ability to compete for new customers, create value, and grow their business.”
The template will be created using an automated process called the “toughcookie,” and it will be made available to “all businesses, small businesses, and startups across the Federal Government.”
It will also be available for public comment for 90 days before it goes into effect.
The announcement comes on the heels of an announcement by the White House this week that it is working with several small businesses to offer the template.
This is a major move by the Obama Administration, which is seeking to make the internet a more viable, accessible and reliable platform for innovation.
We’re pleased to see the Commerce, Commerce Department, National Economic and Council of Economic Advisers and the White Houses offices of the Chief Technology Officer and chief technology officer working together to help businesses innovate and grow.
Read the full release below.
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This new template will help small businesses compete for business, create valuable services, and build brand equity and brand loyalty.
The toughcookie template will serve as a way to make Internet commerce more competitive, while enabling entrepreneurs and innovators to get the most out of their businesses.
The template is designed to be a flexible, easy-to-use, and powerful tool to help entrepreneurs succeed in the digital age.
To help small and medium-sized businesses compete in the rapidly changing and evolving marketplace, the administration announced today that the Department of Commerce will launch a competition to develop and distribute the new template.
The competition will focus on a set of six questions that small businesses and startups must answer in order to be considered for inclusion in the new templates.
The new template offers several different themes and elements to help small business owners and entrepreneurs create a more competitive marketplace.
The goal is to make it easy to use and flexible, allowing businesses to create a simple and streamlined digital experience that’s easier for customers to use, navigate, and understand.
The process for creating the new toughcookie templates is being made more efficient by leveraging existing technology to create automated tools and templates.
The Treasury Department will work with businesses to streamline the process and to make sure the template is easily accessible and accessible to the public.
The Treasury Department also announced that it will partner with the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) to provide technical support for the template, as well as with a national training center for small businesses that can help small entrepreneurs and startups create the templates.
This is an important initiative for small and small business entrepreneurs to build a more robust online marketplace.
It will enable businesses to reach new customers and grow with new revenue streams while making the internet an easier, more affordable, and more viable way to get business.