There has not been a lot of recent media coverage on the Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA), so it can be a challenge to assess its status.
In April, the BBC reported, "[The negotiation for a Trade in Services Agreement] is not yet complete and so it is not yet an 'agreement', strictly speaking."
Then in late-June, the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development reported, "Negotiators for [TiSA] attempted to reach a political deal before the end of last year. However, those efforts were put on hold after disagreements on some substantive issues and uncertainty over the new US leadership’s approach."
At that time, US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer stated in response to a question about TiSA, “That [agreement] certainly is an important one and I don’t expect it to fall by the wayside. We’re doing an evaluation right now across the board, and when that is done, we’ll move forward."