Effective January 24, 2018; DoD, GSA, and NASA issued a final rule amending the Trade Agreement Act Thresholds. The threshold establish trigger points as which each trade agreement becomes effective for federal acquisitions. However, Federal Supply Schedules (GSA), IDIQs, and other contract vehicles use the estimated contract values and therefore TAA nearly always applies.

Trade agreement Supply contract (equal to or exceeding) Service contract (equal to or exceeding) Construction contract (equal to or exceeding)
WTO GPA $180,000 $180,000 $6,932,000
FTAs:
Australia FTA 80,317 80,317 6,932,000
Bahrain FTA 180,000 180,000 10,441,216
CAFTA-DR (Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua) 80,317 80,317 6,932,000
Chile FTA 80,317 80,317 6,932,000
Colombia FTA 80,317 80,317 6,932,000
Korea FTA 100,000 100,000 6,932,000
Morocco FTA 180,000 180,000 6,932,000
NAFTA:
Canada 25,000 80,317 10,441,216
—Mexico 80,317 80,317 10,441,216
Oman FTA 180,000 180,000 10,441,216
Panama FTA 180,000 180,000 6,932,000
Peru FTA 180,000 180,000 6,932,000
Singapore FTA 80,317 80,317 6,932,000
Israeli Trade Act  50,00
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Dan Coley

Dan Coley

Vice President for Coley Government Contracting Services, Dan leads the day-to-day Consulting Practice. He has more than a decade of experience with the acquisition, management, and marketing of Federal, State, and Local government contracts. Daniel specializes in all aspects of GSA Schedules management and marketing and has helped hundreds of Coley clients remain compliant with the terms of their GSA contract while helping them expand their business.

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