President Obama is expected to unveil a new economic growth plan during his visit to the Triangle on Monday.
His Jobs and Competitiveness Council will disclose the strategy following a series of meetings its members will have with Triangle corporate, government and education leaders in five different sessions.
The council is headed by Jeffrey Immelt, chief executive officer of General Electric.
Valery Jarrett, a top advisor to Obama, disclosed plans to unveil the strategy in a conference call with reports late Friday.
“The jobs council will be releasing their ideas,” Jarrett said, according to a report in The Hill newspaper. “Many of them can be done without spending any public-sector money.”
The Council’s meeting in the Triangle is only its second, but Jarrett said it has been working on the strategy for three months.