Springfield frames are produced in Imbel (Brazil?). Glocks are assembled in Smyrna, Georgia...does that count?
If not, the only reasonably priced alternative is going to be S&W.
I think as long as the frame stamped with Geneseo, IL USA that's all that matters. Otherwise, I'd recomend CZ75B in hopes that they would miss giant "Made in Chech Republic" on its frame With that said, however, I still read in regards to the XD's as "imported" by Springfield - plus, it does have "Springfield Armory Croatia" in its crest on the top of the slide. Is XD considered US Made now?
But if a Full Frame, American Made are the main two requirements - I guess I'd give a "x2" on a 1911 in 9mm is a true bet, Colt or Springfield Armory... Probably would command more respect with your new employers then any Tuppawear Plus, you probably have more experience handling a 1911.
Poland, Festung Breslau, Car Trunk: In the rear with the gear, tip: Never Forget Poland
If it must be big framed, fully made and designed in America, price is a factor, and and you don't need to shot more than 10000 rounds from it consider this http://www.mkssupply.com/ So called Poor man's Glock... Little pun iontended
Bah i see you are from California, forget what I said...I think blow back pistols made of ZnAl aren't legit in California...