Strengthen U.S. Engagement Abroad

The United States should continue to export good governance, and help uphold anticorruption measures around the world.


A global economy demands international cooperation. The U.S. is a signatory to multiple global treaties and a member of a variety of organizations that seek to tackle corruption across the globe. We are also home to the International Monetary Fund, the World Bank, the United Nations, among many other key international institutions.

TI-US works with our U.S. delegations to these organizations to promote a strong global anti-corruption agenda, push for model anticorruption measures, and ensure effective enforcement of existing agreements.