Business at OECD
Location:Paris
Founded:1962
Membership:Top business organizations from all 35 OECD member economies as well as major non-member economies

Role

Business at OECD speaks for business at the OECD. Established in 1962, it stands for policies that enable businesses of all sizes to contribute to growth, economic development and prosperity. Through Business at OECD, national business and employers federations and their members provide expertise to the OECD and governments for competitive economies, better business and better lives.

Recent News

Digital Economy Conference Assesses a Decade of OECD’s Internet Policy Principles (6/9/2021) - USCIB, Business at OECD (BIAC), and the OECD held another successful Digital Economy conference on May 25, which focused on a decade of OECD’s Internet Policy Principles (IPPs) and aptly titled “Policymaking in a Data-Driven World.” Distinguished speakers from the OECD and both the public and private sectors provided expertise during the event: AT&T, Facebook, Microsoft, Google, IBM Ireland, Walmart, the Inter-American Development Bank, the U.S. Department of State, the U.S. Department of Justice, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the Center for Democracy and Technology, the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism, MIT, Georgetown University and others.
USCIB Board Member Rick Johnston (Citi) Elected Chair of Business at OECD (5/19/2021) - USCIB Board of Directors member and Chair of USCIB's Trade and Investment Committee Charles (Rick) Johnston has been elected as the new Chair of Business at OECD (BIAC). BIAC's General Assembly elected Johnston on May 19 and will succeed Phil O'Reilly.  

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