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U.S.-Mexico Border: CBP Action Needed to Improve Wait Time Data and Measure Outcomes of Trade Facilitation Efforts
Rebecca Gambler (au)
Trade with Mexico is important to the U.S. economy. Most of this trade crosses the border by truck, and long waits at border crossings can negatively affect the U.S. economy. Within the Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS), U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is responsible for securing U.S. borders at ports of entry to prevent illegal entry of persons and contraband while also facilitating legitimate trade and travel. This report examined CBP data on and actions taken to address wait times at southwest border crossings. It addresses the extent to which (1) CBP wait time data are reliable for public reporting and informing CBP decisions; (2) CBP has identified infrastructure and staffing needed to process current commercial traffic volumes; and (3) CBP performance measures assess progress toward its trade facilitation goal. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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