On July 1, 2022, the termination provision under Section 285(a) of the Trade Act of 1974, as amended, took effect. Until further notice, the Department may not issue any determinations and may not accept any new petitions or requests for reconsideration.  Requests to amend current certifications may still be filed.  Workers who were certified and separated from their job on or before June 30, 2022, may still be eligible for benefits and services and should contact their nearest American Jobs Center.  See TEGL 13-21 for more details.


TAA Data Overview

The TAA program collects and analyzes data on TAA group eligibility (petitions and determinations), TAA participants, and funding. For an overview of the TAA program, our Annual Reports to Congress, or industry studies conducted by the Department, see our About Us page. Find ETA Research publications by visiting the Trade Adjustment Assistance Research Publications page. Requests for data not already available on this website must be submitted through a FOIA request.

Our State Overview provides information on the TAA Program for each state.

This dashboard allows you to explore major program metrics across years. The fiscal year runs from October 1st through September 30th.  New data is posted annually when our annual report to Congress is released. Underlying data for the dashboard can be downloaded here.