“With TPA in place, our attention shifts to the trade agreements currently being negotiated with our friends in the Asia-Pacific region (TPP) and Europe. We have a great opportunity ahead of us, and Congress and the administration both must do their parts to seize it.”
Congressman Paul Ryan
June 29, 2015
Trade Promotion Authority—or TPA—is a partnership between Congress and the administration that ensures the United States secures the most effective trade agreements possible. TPA also brings greater transparency to the negotiating process by empowering Congress to conduct vigorous oversight and hold the administration accountable.
Summary of Bipartisan Congressional Trade Priorities and Accountability Act of 2015
Overview of the Bipartisan Congressional Trade Priorities and Accountability Act of 2015
Updates to TPA in 2015
Section-by-Section Summary Report