The TAA Program seeks to provide adversely affected workers with opportunities to obtain the skills, credentials, resources, and support necessary to (re)build skills for future jobs. Any member of a worker group certified by the Department may be eligible to receive the following benefits and services at a local American Job Center: training, employment and case management services, job search allowances, relocation allowances, and income support in the form of Trade Readjustment Allowances (TRA). Reemployment TAA (RTAA) and Alternative TAA (ATAA), which provide wage supplements for reemployed older workers whose reemployment resulted in lower wages than those earned in their trade-affected employment, may also be available.
Annual Reports to Congress
Department reports to Congress annually on the current state of the TAA Program. The current and historic reports since FY 2009 can be found on the right side.
Department reports to the President on domestic industries for certain types of International Trade Commission investigations.
|Nov 28, 2017||Crystalline Silicon Photovoltaic Cells||CSPV Study||CSPV Letter|
|Dec 19, 2017||Large Residential Washers||LRW Study||LRW Letter|
Meet the Administrator
Mr. Tyler has over 25 years of experience with the Department of Labor's, Employment and Training Administration, and has served in several key capacities for the Workforce Investment System throughout his career.
See our Organizational Chart
Learn more about how our office is set up and the roles within our office by looking at the Office of Trade Adjustment Assistance's Organizational Chart.
Download our printable program brochure that provides information about the program and its benefits.
State Statistics FY 2017
See TAA statistics for each state for FY 2017.