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The Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee
The Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee boosts the competitiveness of U.S. firms and workers by ensuring a whole-of-government approach to supporting U.S. exporters.


The Trade Promotion Coordinating Committee (TPCC)

The TPCC is an interagency committee chaired by the Secretary of Commerce. It was established under the Export Enhancement Act of 1992 to provide a unifying framework to coordinate the export promotion and export financing activities of the U.S. government. The TPCC also develops a government-wide export promotion strategic plan, known as the National Export Strategy, that outlines U.S. Government actions to better equip American companies and workers to sell goods and services overseas. This includes partnering with state and local entities to ensure that small and medium enterprises, historically underrepresented businesses, and those new to exporting can overcome barriers to international trade. 

U.S. Government (USG) Resources

USG Resources is a comprehensive list of U.S. government services, research, and other programs designed to support U.S. exporters. Learn how these resources can help improve your competitiveness overseas. U.S. companies exporting infrastructure-related goods and services should also review the U.S. Government Infrastructure Export Tools available throughout a project’s lifecycle. Companies exporting cleantech and climate-related products can also review the resources available through the Climate and Clean Tech Toolkit

TPCC Member Agencies

Members of the TPCC include: