The U.S. Department of Agriculture is seeking greater diversity on their Agricultural Trade Advisory Committees (ATACs) they jointly administer with the U.S. Trade Representative. The ATACs are a formal way to ensure ongoing discussions between the federal government and the private sector about agricultural trade issues. The committees provide advice and make recommendations to the Secretary of Agriculture and the U.S. Trade Representative about a wide range of agricultural trade issues. They are very similar to the Industry Trade Advisory Committees that the International Trade Administration jointly administers with the USTR.
To learn more and apply to become a member, visit the ATAC website.