How We Work

When You Join USCIB, You Join the World

USCIB is a member-driven organization.

Our committees, chaired by leading corporate executives and staffed by USCIB policy experts, cover over 30 international issues areas. As a member, you can join as many of these committees as you wish. Through these committees:

  • Information is disseminated, filtered and assessed
  • Issues are debated
  • Consensus positions are developed and advocated to decision makers
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We Work With the World

When you are a USCIB member, you’ve joined three global business organizations with a vast network: the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the Business and Industry Advisory Committee (BIAC) to the OECD and the International Organization of Employers (IOE). That leverages your investment and amplifies your voice where it counts – in the forums where decisions are being made that will have a direct impact on your global operations. (learn more)

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Our Strategy for Success

Our job is to ensure that USCIB positions form the heart of international business positions and are reflected in the views expressed by other national business organizations to their own governments.

“A unique niche at the nexus between business and policymakers.”
– USCIB member since 2007

Who Should Join?

  • U.S. and foreign corporations with operations in the U.S., law firms, consulting firms, industry associations and chambers of commerce.
  • Sole legal practitioners wishing to take part in ICC arbitration and dispute resolution activities.
  • Chambers of Commerce at the state or local level wishing to access ICC’s World Chambers Federation, a network of more than 10,000 chambers of commerce worldwide.

What are the dues?

Dues are paid annually and are calculated using several factors such as international engagement, comparable dues from other members in your industry, the benefits of the unique membership you receive in our global network among other factors. Chambers of Commerce and sole legal practitioners may join for $500 annually.

How can I learn more?

Please contact Alison Hoiem, Senior Director, Member Services at

“USCIB is the only trade association with both sides of policy – technical and content.”
– USCIB member since 2007