Investment Security Office

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The Investment Security office is responsible for the implementation of Treasury’s responsibilities as Chair of the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States ("CFIUS"). ​ CFIUS is an interagency committee that can review certain foreign investments in the United States in order to identify and address any effects on U. S. national security that may arise from the transactions. The CFIUS review process, which operates in the context of the United States’ longstanding open investment policy, focuses solely on national security concerns. The Investment Security office also leads Treasury’s open investment initiatives and dialogues with other countries, particularly as they relate to foreign investment review processes, to promote open investment policies and discourage foreign barriers to U. S. investment.

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