- Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S.
- Employment & Trade
- Export Trading Company Act
- Global Competitiveness
- Industry Regulation
- Reference Information
- Trade Agreements & Negotiations
- Trade Disputes & Enforcement
- Trade Statistics
- U.S. Trade Laws
The Office of Trade Policy & Analysis (TP&A) works to strengthen U.S. competitiveness abroad by 1) helping shape industry-specific trade policy 2) providing critical analysis and information to other Federal agencies, private sector partners, and Congress, and 3) Creating a positive domestic business environment by reducing the price premium associated with operating within the United States.
The Office of Trade Policy & Analysis pursues this mission by leveraging its analytical capabilities and its in-depth industry-specific knowledge to provide assessments and recommendations that improve the competitiveness of U.S. businesses.
The Office of Trade Policy & Analysis operations include: providing critical economic and policy analysis; ensuring industry and other stakeholder input into domestic, and international policy development, assessment, and implementation; managing private sector trade advisory committees; advocating on behalf of the interest of the manufacturing and service sectors regarding standards and regulations; and assessing the impact of foreign acquisitions of U.S. firms.