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C-TPAT. C-TPAT Update. Trusted Trader Program TSA / C-TPAT AEO / Mutual Recognition Export Program National Strategy for Global Supply Chain Security . Trusted Trader. Concept to bring together “Security” and “Compliance”

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  1. C-TPAT

  2. C-TPAT Update • Trusted Trader Program • TSA / C-TPAT • AEO / Mutual Recognition • Export Program • National Strategy for Global Supply Chain Security

  3. Trusted Trader • Concept to bring together “Security” and “Compliance” • Designed to bring those Partners with strong concepts in both arenas to a new incentive level. • Future concept will be to bring Other Government Agencies (OGA’s) into the supply chain loop and create a more linear approach. • OGA’s to include FDA, CPSC and others. Can we tie multiple releases into one system?

  4. TSA/C-TPAT Initiative • Initiative to allow each agency to share information as well as perform validations based on each other’s criteria. • TSA’s validation process based on regulatory law, not voluntary criteria such as C-TPAT. • Concept would lead to less government intrusion and disruption of operations to partner.

  5. C-TPAT’s International Strategy • Partnering with the international trade community to help secure global supply chains. • Partnering with individual Customs administrations. • Support the work of international organizations such as the World Customs Organization (WCO) and the Asia Pacific Economic Council (APEC). • Support the work of private sector organizations to improve the security and integrity requirements of their membership.

  6. US - Mutual RecognitionCurrent and Future

  7. C-TPAT Export Concept Objective: • To support the President’s National Export Initiative and the National Strategy for Global Supply Chain Security. • Align C-TPAT to be more compatible with the WCO’s Framework and global Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) programs. • Ensure that the benefits from current and future Mutual Recognition Arrangement’s (MRA) are reciprocal. • In today’s Just-in-Time environment a delay could represent a considerable monetary loss for U.S. exporters

  8. C-TPAT Export Concept Background: • C-TPAT was established as an importer-focused program. • C-TPAT importers are vetted through export systems. • C-TPAT validation site visits reveal deficiencies in members’ global supply chain security to include export procedures. • C-TPAT denies membership, suspends and/or removes companies for export violations. • Just recently three companies have been suspended for International Traffic in Arms Violations.

  9. C-TPAT Export Concept • Current Incentives/Benefits: • Eligible C-TPAT Tier 2 and Tier 3 Importers are able to receive benefits when exporting cargo to Japan and the European Union. • C-TPAT Tier 2 and Tier 3 Importers must ensure the following: • Company Officer signs the Export Operations Agreement. (2.19 in the Portal) • Checks the Mutual Recognition (MR) Agreement box in the Portal. (3.8.1) • Checks the MR Program boxes. (3.8.2) • The export incentives/benefits with The EU is automated. (2.20) • European Union AEO & CBP/C-TPAT FAQshttp://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/trade/cargo_security/ctpat/ctpat_program_information/international_efforts/

  10. C-TPAT Export Concept • Current Incentives/Benefits: (cont) • We are currently in the process of getting incentives for C-TPAT Importers who export to Canada. • C-TPAT will collaborate with the trade community and current MRA Countries for input & ideas to develop an Export Pilot Program. • Future MRA’s will have these incentives discussed and negotiated prior to signing.

  11. EU: Initiating Benefits, Notes: • Automated Data Exchange • As of today, C-TPAT only has an automated data exchange process with the EU. • C-TPAT’s goal is to make every MRA data exchange automated in the future. • Manual Data Exchange with Japan • C-TPAT generates a report for Japan’s AEO with companies who have completed the necessary export sections and checked the Japan box in section 3.8.2 (see previous slide). • The report is compiled and sent to Japan’s AEO, who sends C-TPAT HQ the 12 digit export codes that are to be used when exporting cargo to Japan. • The 12 digit codes for Japan are location specific. Ensure that the proper code is filed upon entry to Japan for the correct U.S. location.

  12. What’s in it for industry

  13. Michael Ginn Director, Miami C-TPAT Field Office U.S. Customs and Border Protection Phone: (305) 471-8040 E-mail: michael.ginn@cbp.dhs.gov

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