What is TAA?
TAA is an acronym for the United States Trade Agreements Act (TAA) of 1979. Passed by the 96th U.S. Congress in 1979, the TAA is a piece of legislation approving and implementing multiple trade agreements previously enacted and negotiated between the U.S. and other countries under the Trade Act of 1974.
A good or service is TAA-compliant if manufactured or substantially transformed in the United States or manufactured in a TAA-designated country. A TAA-designated country is a nation with which the U.S. maintains a trade agreement and regards as a reliable or acceptable procurement source.
Now, what does "substantially transformed" mean? It means that the product has become a new and different commerce article in terms of name, character, or use.
Design and Manufacturing at Osprey Video
All of Osprey's Talon and PCIe Video Capture products are designed and manufactured in the United States of America making them 100% TAA compliant. We pride ourselves in the highest quality of our products. Keeping its core technologies domestic ensures a secure and reliable product from design to manufacturing and distribution.
When selecting electronic components for new products we focus on manufacturers and suppliers from TAA compliant countries.
The designated TAA compliant countries are composed of:
World Trade Organization Government Procurement Agreement Countries;
Free Trade Agreement Countries;
Least Developed Countries; and
Caribbean Basin Countries
List of TAA compliant countries as of 03/2023
Examples of designated countries that are NOT TAA approved are China, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Malaysia, Pakistan and Russia.