The Trade Agreements Act (“TAA”) enacted July 26, 1979, is intended to foster fair and open international trade.
It requires that the U.S. Government may acquire only products that are U.S. – made or are made in countries that are recognized as supporting fair and open international trade. The act further requires that contractors must certify that each of their end products that are to be acquired by a government entity in the U.S. meet the requirements as to place of manufacture.
tvONE complies with the terms of the Trade Agreements Act (TAA).
Adherence to TAA regulations ensure eligibility for General Services Administration – GSA Schedule and other federal procurement contracts.
TAA compliance signifies that a product is produced or undergone substantial transformation within the United States or a designated country. For a list of TAA designated countries, click here.