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 and to develop a government-wide strategic plan for carrying out such programs. The Advocacy Center leverages the capabilities and resources of these agencies to support your request.
The TPCC Secretariat is the Commerce Department lead on the joint Commerce and State Department Deal Teams Initiative. Embassy Deal Teams around the world leverage U.S. Government Infrastructure Export Tools from across TPCC members to advance projects.
U.S. Governement (USG) Resources
USG Resources is a comprehensive list of research, innovation programs, and services for exporters from across the U.S. government. Learn about the available resources and how they can help improve your competitiveness overseas. This list of U.S. government export and competitiveness assistance programs and services is also part of the Climate and Clean Tech Toolkit for the National Export Strategy.
TPCC Member Agencies
Members of the TPCC include:
- Department of Commerce
- Department of State
- Department of the Treasury
- Department of Transportation
- Department of Agriculture
- Department of Energy
- Department of Defense
- Department of Labor
- Department of the Interior
- Agency for International Development
- Trade and Development Agency
- Environmental Protection Agency
- Small Business Administration
- U.S. International Development Finance Corporation
- Export-Import Bank of the U.S.
- Office of the U.S. Trade Representative
- Council of Economic Advisors
- Office of Management & Budget
- National Economic Council
- National Security Council