About the USITC
Agency, mission and history information
Information about the mission and history of the United States International Trade Commission as an independent, quasi-judicial federal agency with broad investigative responsibilities for trade matters.
Curators, biographies and photos.
The USITC’s bipartisan commission is made up of six commissioners who are appointed by the president and confirmed by the US Senate.
Administrative Law Judges
Biographies and Photos of Administrative Law Judges (ALJ)
Administrative law judges conduct the adjudication phase of Commission investigations under Section 337 of the Tariff Act of 1930 (19 USC 1337). They rule on motions at the trial stage and, at the end of the trial, first rule on the existence of a violation of Article 337.
A list of USITC offices and their contact information.
USITC offices help investigate imports believed to be injurious to a domestic industry, investigate violations of U.S. intellectual property rights, and provide independent analysis and information on customs duties , trade and competitiveness.
Agency planning and financial reporting
USITC Strategic Plan, Budget, and Annual Reports
The current USITC Strategic Plan, as well as previous editions and related documents, including USITC budget justifications and performance plans, annual performance reports, and performance and accountability reports.