The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) was created in 1962 to advise the President on trade issues, lead international trade negotiations, and oversee the resolution of disputes, enforcement actions and other matters before global trade policy organizations such as the World Trade Organization.

With more than 200 committed public servants, USTR meets with governments, business groups, legislators and the general public to gather input on trade issues and discuss the President’s trade policy positions. With offices in Washington, Geneva, and Brussels, USTR is also part of the Executive Office of the President.

President Biden has nominated Katherine Tai as the U.S. Trade Representative.

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