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Container Security: A Flexible Staffing Model and Minimum Equipment Requirements Would Improve Overseas Targeting and Inspection Efforts
Richard M. Stana (au)
In Jan. 2002, U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP) initiated the Container Security Initiative (CSI) to address the threat that terrorists might use maritime cargo containers to ship weapons of mass destruction. Under CSI, CBP is to target & inspect high-risk cargo shipments at foreign seaports before they leave for the U.S. A 2003 report noted that CSI had mgmt. challenges that limited its effective. In light of plans to expand the program, this report examined the programís oper., includ. the: (1) factors that affect CBPís ability to target shipments at foreign seaports, (2) extent to which high-risk containers have been inspected overseas, & (3) extent to which CBP formulated & documented strategies for achieving the programís goals. Charts & tables.
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