International Trade Assistance on Export.gov
sales happen. Expand your international business. Solve trade problems.
Finance your export transactions. Find these topics and more on
this one-stop for international trade assistance.
Can Declare Their Goods Free Online
American exporters export their goods, the United States Government
no longer requires "paperwork." Not to mislead you, exporters or
their agents must still complete and deliver a "Shipper's Export
Declaration," commonly called "SED," for every commodity valued
over $2500. But now, it's all on the Internet. It's easy and it's
Counseling Via Phone, Fax, and Web
Department of Commerce's Trade Information Center is the first stop
for information about all federal export assistance programs, as
well as country and regional market information. Technology gives
you more options for getting the Center's advice and information.
USA for Virtual Trade Shows
Is your company
interested in increasing exports? Here's a website that allows you
to exhibit your company's products and services without actually
attending a trade show. E-Expo USA collects trade leads and international
sales contacts and forwards them for follow-up. Your products and
service information will stay online for 365 days --and the fee
is small. Almost 500 companies are participating. E-EXPO USA is
sponsored by Commerce's International Trade Administration.
Site for Exporters
The new features on the U.S. Trade and Development Agency website
will arm you with exactly the type of information you need to remain
competitive in this tough global market. We're even talking the
early assistance you need to get involved in major international
infrastructure and industrial projects
We're Looking for Stories
Federal workers are doing amazing things to deliver government services
electronically. Access America E-Gov E-Zine wants to tell these stories.
We are looking for stories about federal agencies, or multi-agency
partnerships, that are creating electronic export assistance centers.
These stories can be short, as in a "byte" of about 150 words, or they can
be longer feature stories. Write feature stories in plain language with
quotes from customers who experience the service electronically and quotes
from federal employees and their partners who deliver the service.
Include a contact person with phone number and email address. Send
your stories to email@example.com
or firstname.lastname@example.org. If you
need more information, call Pat Wood, National Partnership for
Reinventing Government, (202) 694-0063. Please pass this request along
to others who may be interested.