U.S. Department of Commerce / International Trade Administration

  Washington District of Columbia USA


The International Trade Administration (ITA) strengthens the competitiveness of U.S. industry, promotes trade and investment, and ensures fair trade through the rigorous enforcement of our trade laws and agreements. ITA works to improve the global business environment and helps U.S. organizations compete at home and abroad.

Association Information


New Market-Entry Support


United States, Global

Our Organization Supports

Seekers, Solvers

Markets We Touch

Municipal / Utility - Small, Agriculture, Industrial - z.Other Manufacturing Operations


For U.S. Companies:
The International Trade Administration (ITA) provides a range of tools, education, market insights and advisory for helping U.S. companies do business overseas. From industry-specific data to trade missions, events, introductions and direct support, the ITA -- and the Environmental Technology Global Team of the ITA (see below) -- can significantly reduce barriers and accelerate international business expansion for companies looking to enter and grow within specific regional markets.

For International Organizations Seeking Products, Expertise & Solutions:
With in-country experts in regions all over the world, the ITA provides regional communities, companies and governments with easy and accessible assistance for finding U.S. products, technology and expertise to water- and other environmental-related issues and challenges.

About the Environmental Technology Global Team of ITA:
The Environmental Technology Global Team of the ITA serves as a cornerstone to the environmental industry by producing useful resources and products that will enable our U.S. companies to compete globally.

Additional Information

Member Information

Member Focus

Planning, Design, Engineering & Consulting, Monitoring, Controls & Instrumentation, Quality, Treatment & Remediation, Source Water Management, Infrastructure, Storage & Distribution, Equipment, Parts & Materials, Testing & Analysis

Member Interests

Market Development & Expansion, Planning, Design & Engineering, Infrastructure & Equipment, Industry / Industrial Processes, Data, Sensors, Controls & Instrumentation, Remediation, Water Quality, Source Water, Rural & Rural Communities, Storms & Stormwater, Natural Environments, Sustainability / Green Initiatives, Climate Change, Energy - Water Nexus

Member Benefits

The International Trade Administration provides a variety of free or low-cost tools and services to help connect U.S. companies with global markets.

Member Contact

Find a representative to help you with your region(s) of interest: http://2016.export.gov/usoffices/index.asp

Contact Information


International Trade Administration | U.S. Department of Commerce 1401 Constitution Ave NW


Washington District of Columbia 20230




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