On the forty-third day of his presidency, President Obama will travel to the Department of Transportation to deliver remarks about how the stimulus package will invest in transportation infrastructure and create jobs.
Later in the morning, Mr. Obama will meet with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown in the Oval Office to discuss the global economic crisis in advance of the London Economic Summit in April. They will also have a working lunch in the Old Family Dining Room.
In the afternoon, Mr. Obama will deliver remarks at the Department of Interior to commemorate its 160th anniversary. He will also meet with a delegation from the Boy Scouts of America and meet with Defense Secretary Gates.
The full schedule as released by the White House is below (all times Eastern):
9:00AM: President Obama receives Presidential Daily Briefing
9:25AM: President Obama departs The White House en route Department of Transportation
9:45AM: President Obama delivers remarks
11:30AM: President Obama meets with British Prime Minister Gordon Brown
12:00PM: President Obama and Prime Minister Brown have a working lunch
1:40PM: President Obama departs The White House en route Department of Interior
2:00PM: President Obama delivers remarks
3:00PM: President Obama meets with Boy Scouts of America delegation
4:30PM: President Obama and Vice President Biden meet with Defense Secretary Gates