Foreign Market Development Cooperator Program

The Cooperator program is designed to maintain and develop foreign markets for United States agricultural commodities and products through cost–share assistance.

Financial assistance under the Cooperator program will be made available on a competitive basis and applications will be reviewed

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against the evaluation criteria contained herein and in the Cooperator program regulations.

All U. S. agricultural commodities, except tobacco, are eligible for consideration.FAS allocates funds in a manner that effectively supports the strategic decision–making initiatives of the Government Performance and Results Act (GPRA) of 199 3. In deciding whether a proposed project will contribute to the effective creation, expansion, or maintenance of foreign markets, FAS considers whether the applicant provides a clear, long–term agricultural trade strategy, has the broadest producer representation and affiliated industry participation of the commodity being promoted, and includes an effective program time line against which results can be measured at specific intervals using quantifiable product or country goals.

FAS also considers the extent to which a proposed project targets markets with the greatest growth potential.

These factors are part of the FAS resource allocation strategy to fund applicants who can best demonstrate performance and address USDA and FAS goals and objectives.

Cooperator program participants must adhere to GPRA and USDA Monitoring and Evaluation guidance.
Related Programs

Foreign Market Development Cooperator Program

Department of Agriculture


Agency: Department of Agriculture

Office: Foreign Market Development Cooperator Prog 10600

Estimated Funding: $34,500,000


Who's Eligible





Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
The full announcement is located under the tab "Related Documents" at the top of this synopsis.

Additional Information of Eligibility:
To participate in the Cooperator program, an entity must be a nonprofit U. S. agricultural trade organization that promotes the exports of one or more U. S. agricultural commodities, does not have a business interest in or receive remuneration from specific sales of agricultural commodities, and contributes at least 50 percent of the value of resources reimbursed by CCC for activities conducted under the agreement.

Funding priority is given to organizations that have the broadest possible producer representation of the commodity being promoted and that are nationwide in membership and scope.

Applicants that do not meet the eligibility criteria will be considered ineligible.

Full Opportunity Web Address:
The full announcement is located under the tab "Related Documents" at the top of this synopsis.

Contact:


Agency Email Description:
USDA Email

Agency Email:


Date Posted:
2021-04-23

Application Due Date:


Archive Date:
2021-07-25



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