USTDA Supports Morocco’s Digital Transformation

Arlington, VA – Next week, the U.S. Trade and Development Agency will host a delegation of Moroccan government and private-sector decisionmakers who are leading the country’s sweeping expansion of its digital infrastructure, including new adoption and development of smart cities, expanded digital access in rural areas, and improved delivery of government services.

The 15-member delegation will travel to Austin, TX, and Silicon Valley, CA from February 10-21, where they will meet with and conduct site visits at U.S. companies offering solutions for e-government services, data centers, cloud computing, artificial intelligence and cybersecurity.  They will also meet with state- and local-level governments to discuss best practices in the use and application of these systems.

U.S. companies are invited to join a USTDA’s public business briefing in Austin on February 13 to hear from the delegation about Morocco’s procurement priorities and upcoming commercial opportunities, and to meet one-on-one with delegates to present their e-government products and services. More information is available at

In the context of increasing urbanization, Morocco is growing its adoption of digital technologies, development of smart cities, and government initiatives to promote digital access. U.S. companies are global leaders in developing secure, forward-looking solutions to support digitization.

This reverse trade mission supports the U.S. government’s Partnership for Global Infrastructure and Investment to deliver game-changing projects to close the infrastructure gap in developing countries.


The U.S. Trade and Development Agency helps companies create U.S. jobs through the export of U.S. goods and services for priority infrastructure projects in emerging economies.  USTDA links U.S. businesses to export opportunities by funding project preparation and partnership building activities that develop sustainable infrastructure and foster economic growth in partner countries.

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