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The Trade Adjustment Assistance for Firms (TAAF) is a cost-sharing program funded through the Economic Development Administration (EDA), U.S. Department of Commerce. The program helps established U.S. companies negatively impacted by foreign competition by providing up to $75,000 in federal assistance.
The Northwest Trade Adjustment Assistance Center (NorthwestTAAC) provides application assistance and federal funding assistance to help companies save jobs, increase productivity, and build a solid foundation for future growth. For over 50 years, TAAF has helped thousands of companies across all industries improve their competitive edge and protect their profits. NorthwestTAAC assists companies in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
Eligible companies pick the projects that will be funded and their preferred vendors. NorthwestTAAC prepares and submits all application and project paperwork to EDA at a nominal cost. Funding can be used for a wide variety of projects.
How does NorthwestTAAC partner with associations?
NorthwestTAAC frequently works with industry associations, chambers of commerce, and other nonprofits to share this federal funding opportunity with the business community.
Need content for your publications?
NorthwestTAAC can send original articles for your website, newsletter, or social media. We can also send a summary of the program for member resource pages.
Need a speaker for an upcoming in-person or virtual meeting?
NorthwestTAAC is available for various speaking engagements, including conferences, member meetings, panel discussions, business fairs, and virtual events.
Contact NorthwestTAAC to discuss ways we can partner to support your members.