NSF’s Advanced Manufacturing (AM) program supports transformative advances in materials engineering, processing, and manufacturing and fosters multidisciplinary research that applies innovative manufacturing approaches to accelerate new product development, customize products, increase production efficiency and reduce production cost. The AM program encourages industry partnerships through collaborations with the Manufacturing USA Institutes and international partnerships through collaborations with DFG and funding agencies of other countries. The AM portfolio includes the entire manufacturing enterprise including additive manufacturing, all scales (nano to infrastructure), all materials systems and most applications. The AM program participates in several cross-cutting activities such as Future Manufacturing (FM), Critical Aspects of Sustainability (CAS), Engineering Research Centers (ERCs) and others, and supports education and outreach activities through solicitations such as BRITE and supplements such as INTERN. These programs address national priorities such as AI/ML, semiconductors, quantum, sustainability, climate change, clean energy, biomanufacturing, and workforce development. This presentation describes program goals, basic research activities and accomplishments of the AM and related programs.