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Supply Chain Security: Container Security Programs Have Matured, but Uncertainty Persists Over the Future of 100 Percent Scanning: Congressional Testimony
Stephen L. Caldwell (au)
Cargo containers that are part of the global supply chain -- the flow of goods from manufacturers to retailers -- are vulnerable to threats from terrorists. The Maritime Transportation Security Act and the Security and Accountability for Every Port Act required the Dept. of Homeland Security to take actions to improve maritime transportation security. Also by July 2012, 100% of all U.S.-bound cargo containers are required to be scanned. This testimony addresses, among other things: (1) efforts to gather advance info. about container shipments to assess risks; (2) technologies used to protect the integrity of containers and scan them; and (3) the status of efforts to scan 100% of U.S.-bound containers. Illus. This is a print on demand publication.
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