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Supply Chain Security: CBP Needs to Enhance Its Guidance and Oversight of High-Risk Maritime Cargo Shipments
Jennifer Grover (au)
The U.S. economy is dependent on a secure global supply chain. In FY 2013, approximately 12 million maritime cargo shipments arrived in the U.S. Within the federal government, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is responsible for administering cargo security, to include identifying äóģhigh-riskäó¯ maritime cargo shipments with the potential to contain terrorist contraband. This report reviewed CBP's disposition of such shipments. It discusses (1) how many maritime shipments CBP determined to be high risk and the extent to which CBP has accurate data on the disposition of such shipments; (2) the extent to which CBP consistently applies criteria and documents reasons for waiving examinations; and (3) the extent to which CBP ensures its policies on the disposition of high-risk shipments are being followed. Tables and figure. This is a print on demand report.
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