Jindal is expected to discuss the looming sequester, taxes and spending.
Jindal, 41, is chairman of the Republican Governors Association and a potential candidate for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.
Jindal served as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives until becoming governor of Louisiana in 2008.
He served in the administration of President George W. Bush as assistant secretary for planning and evaluation at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
His appointive positions in Louisiana have included the presidency of the University of Louisiana System and Louisiana Secretary of Health and Hospitals.
Jindal hopes to move the Republican Party toward a consistent position on limited government.
"Government will never be big enough for President Obama," Jindal said in reaction to Obama's recent State of the Union address. "Taxes and spending will never be high enough for President Obama. Every policy championed by the President this evening is dependent on more money for government and more government control. Every debate in Washington is about taking more money out of the real economy and putting it into the Washington economy. It's government greed at its worst, and it’s unsustainable."
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