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United States "Buy American" Procurement Map


Use the map below to find out how much taxpayers in your state contribute to federal procurement. Thanks to Buy American, much of that money is currently funneled back into U.S. jobs – from the workers who manufacture the materials to upgrade America's bridges to those who build the cars driven by our government officials. But the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) would break this virtuous cycle, allowing more foreign companies to compete for your tax dollars. Click here to learn more about the TPP's threat to Buy American. (View PDF here.)

The full, estimated data is available in table form here.

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