Government Databases

Trade Leads & Events

Search Trade Leads

The Trade Leads API provides contract opportunities for U.S. businesses selling their products and services overseas. These leads come from a variety of sources and we continue to expand the number of leads available.

We currently provide trade leads, procurement opportunities, and contract notifications from:

  • The State Department’s Business Information Database System (BIDS)
  • FedBizOps
  • The United Kingdom
  • Canada
  • The Millennium Challenge Corporation
  • Australia
  • The United States Trade and Development Agency (USTDA)

Search Trade Events

The Trade Events API provides data on events for U.S. businesses interested in selling their products and services overseas. These events include industry conferences, webinars, lectures, and trade missions organized by ITA and other trade agencies including:

  • The U.S. Trade and Development Agency
  • The State Department
  • The Small Business Administration.

Export Support

Search Export Assistance Centers

The ITA Offices & Centers API provides contact and address information for all of ITA’s domestic and international export assistance centers. There are almost 200 ITA centers worldwide whose locations are managed by ITA’s internal office management system.

Search International Office Locations

The ITA Offices & Centers API provides contact and address information for all of ITA’s domestic and international export assistance centers. There are almost 200 ITA centers worldwide whose locations are managed by ITA’s internal office management system.

Export Transaction Security

Search the Consolidated Screening List

The Consolidated Screening List API consolidates eleven export screening lists of the Departments of Commerce, State and the Treasury into a single data feed as an aid to industry in conducting electronic screens of potential parties to regulated transactions.

Using this List

In the event that a company, entity or person on the list appears to match a party potentially involved in an export transaction, additional due diligence should be conducted before proceeding. There may be a strict export prohibition, requirement for seeking a license application, evaluation of the end-use or user to ensure it does not result in an activity prohibited by any U.S. export regulations, or other restriction. For more information view the  informational video from the National Customs Brokers.