Linking U.S. Businesses to Global Infrastructure Opportunities

  • Economic Growth

    USTDA generates $104 in exports of U.S.-manufactured goods and services for every $1 it invests in development projects in emerging economies.

  • Project Preparation

    USTDA supports project preparation and partnership building activities that assist with the development of sustainable infrastructure in emerging markets.

  • Jordan Solar Power Project


    USTDA provides U.S. manufacturers and service providers with direct access to foreign buyers.

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    Through its Global Procurement Initiative (GPI), USTDA supports U.S. companies competing on international tenders.

International Business Partnership Program

Connecting U.S. Firms with Foreign Buyers

In support of the National Export Initiative, USTDA launched the International Business Partnership Program (IBPP) to connect international buyers with U.S. manufacturers and service providers in order to open new export markets and commercial opportunities around the world for American companies.

Key activities include:

Reverse Trade Missions | Conferences & Workshops

Project Preparation

Getting it right from the Start

While USTDA projects span a variety of sectors, many focus on clean energy and energy efficiency, transportation, information and communications technology, and the environment.

Key activities include:

Feasibility Studies and Pilot Projects | Technical Assistance | Training Programs