Key Business Links
A program to attract and facilitate job creating investment in the United States. The highly successful SelectUSA Summit held in Washington on October 31 - November 1 underscored the attractiveness and openness of the United States for foreign investment.
The Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) was created in 1985 under the Federal Advisory Committee Act to promote security cooperation between American private-sector interests worldwide and the U.S. Department of State. OSAC has developed into an enormously successful joint venture, with U.S. companies and organizations receiving the tools they need to cope with security issues in a foreign environment. OSAC is a free service to U.S.-based or incorporated private sector organizations with overseas operations.
- Department of State: Connects U.S. Government agencies to shape and sustain a peaceful, prosperous, just, and democratic world
and foster conditions for stability and progress for the benefit of the
American people and people everywhere.
- Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs: Promotes economic security and prosperity at home and abroad.
- Commercial and Business Affairs: Coordinating trade and investment matters to support U.S. firms doing business overseas.
- Business Visa Center: Part of the Department of State’s ongoing effort to facilitate the issuance of visas for legitimate business travelers worldwide. The Business Visa Center is available to assist businesses and organizations in the United States and their partners, customers and colleagues around the world.
- The Office of Political-Military Affairs Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) ensures that U.S. defense trade supports the national security and foreign policy interests of the United States. DDTC oversees the export and temporary import of certain defense articles and defense services found on the United States Munition List.”
- Intellectual Property: Seeks to strengthen intellectual property rights rules and norms, increase U.S. business and private sector growth and investment, and create market access for U.S. goods and services.
- Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs: Deals with U.S. foreign policy and U.S. relations with the countries in the Asia-Pacific region.
- Bureau of Public Affairs - Indonesia: Provides recently published versions, including facts about the land, people, history, government, political conditions, economy, and foreign relations of Indonesia, some dependencies, and areas of special sovereignty.
- Department of Commerce: Works to strengthen the international economic
position of the United States
and facilitates global trade by opening up new markets for U.S. goods
- Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry: Advance U.S. national security, foreign policy, and economic objectives by ensuring an effective export control and treaty compliance system and promoting continued U.S. strategic technology leadership
- Foreign Commercial Service: Provides a convenient, immediate, and affordable presence in the Indonesian market, with critical trade information, personalized counseling, superior facilities, and the access it takes to do business in Indonesia.
- Export.gov: Brings together resources from across the U.S. Government to assist American businesses in planning their international sales strategies and succeed in today’s global marketplace.
- Export Import Bank: Enables U.S. companies - large and small - to turn export opportunities into real sales that help maintain and create U.S. jobs and contribute to a stronger national economy; Provides working capital guarantees (pre-export financing), export credit insurance, and loan guarantees and direct loans (buyer financing).
- Department of Treasury: Maintains a strong economy and creates economic and job opportunities by promoting the conditions that enable economic growth and stability at home and abroad.
- Department of Energy: Works to ensure America's energy future, scientific and technological leadership, and nuclear security and to resolve the environmental legacy of the cold war.
- National IPR Center: Stands at the forefront of the U.S. Government’s response to global intellectual property theft.
- U.S. Trade Representative (USTR): Develops and coordinates U.S. international trade, commodity, and direct investment policies; Oversees negotiations with other countries.
- Overseas Private Investment Corporation: Helps U.S. businesses gain footholds in emerging markets catalyzing revenues, jobs, and growth opportunities both at home and abroad.
- Small Business Administration (SBA): Provides support to U.S. small businesses and small business owners across the nation through loans, access to federal contracts, and counseling.
- U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA): Links U.S. businesses to export opportunities by funding project planning activities, pilot projects, and reverse trade missions while creating sustainable infrastructure and economic growth in partner countries.
- Department of Agriculture: Expands markets for
agricultural products and supports international economic development.
- Foreign Agriculture Service: Links U.S. agriculture to Indonesia to enhance export opportunities and global food security.
- Patent and Trademark Office: Furthers effective intellectual property (IP) protection for U.S. innovators and entrepreneurs worldwide by working with other agencies to secure strong IP provisions in free trade and other international agreements.
- Federal Aviation Agency: Strives to reach the next level of safety, efficiency, environmental responsibility and global leadership in the aviation sector.
- Consumer Product Safety Commission: Protects consumers and families from products that pose a fire, electrical, chemical, or mechanical hazard or can injure children.
- White House: Aims to create the jobs and industries of the future and restore middle class security by investing in creativity and imagination.
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs
- Coordinating Ministry for Economy
- Ministry of Finance
- Ministry of Trade
- Ministry of Industry
- Ministry of Agriculture
- Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources
- Ministry of Communications and Informatics
- Ministry of Transportation
- Ministry of Public Works
- Bank of Indonesia: Indonesia’s Central Bank
- Investment Coordinating Board: First stop for Foreign Investors
- National Development Plan Agency: Leading agency on the MP3EI infrastructure plan (PDF 11.4MB)
- Food and Drug Control Agency: Responsible for pharmaceutical registration
- Central Bureau of Statistic (BPS): National statistics agency
- Financial Transaction Report and Analysis Center: Works to prevent and eradicate financial crime and terrorist financing in Indonesia
- BP Migas: Indonesia’s oil and gas agency
- AmCham Indonesia: Jakarta-based chamber that represents and promotes U.S. business interests and values in Indonesia
- U.S. – ASEAN Business Council: Advocacy organization for U.S. corporations operating within the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), including Indonesia
- KADIN: Indonesian National Chamber of Commerce and Industry
- APINDO: Employer’s Association of Indonesia
- Indonesian Embassy in Washington, D.C.