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Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) Overview & Update Field Operations Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) Overview & Update Field Operations

C-TPAT Program Achievements Certified Partners - 10, 815 Staffing Levels - 161 Tier 3 C-TPAT Program Achievements Certified Partners - 10, 815 Staffing Levels - 161 Tier 3 Importers - 342 Total Validations Completed - 26, 980 Certified Partners by Business Type Importers - 4, 282 MPTO - 61 Carriers - 3, 149 Brokers - 869 Foreign Manufacturers - 1, 483 Consol/3 PL’s - 971 Total Suspensions – 2, 004 Total Removals - 1, 415 Field Operations

Mutual Recognition • • What are some key benefits? Common Standard/Trade Facilitation - one Mutual Recognition • • What are some key benefits? Common Standard/Trade Facilitation - one set of security requirements Reduced number of validations by CBP Lower Risk Score – Imports & Exports Efficiency – C-TPAT & Trade Saves Less Redundancy for Foreign Company Marketability Field Operations

Signed Mutual Recognition Agreements • • • New Zealand Canada Jordan Japan Korea European Signed Mutual Recognition Agreements • • • New Zealand Canada Jordan Japan Korea European Union Taiwan Israel Mexico Singapore Field Operations

Countries Interested in Mutual Recognition What countries are hot and working with us? • Countries Interested in Mutual Recognition What countries are hot and working with us? • • • Turkey Brazil India Jamaica Dominican Republic Honduras Panama Colombia Chile Peru Uruguay Costa Rica Switzerland currently in negotiations with CBP HQ to perform joint validations. China - Joint Validations - 2 nd Round – May 2015 Field Operations

Portal 2. 0 Overview • Deployed on December 8 th – Phase I • Portal 2. 0 Overview • Deployed on December 8 th – Phase I • Goal – to be efficient for trade and to create a platform with the potential to apply to many partnership programs, not just C-TPAT • CBP portal workgroup established in July 2013, made improvement recommendations • 40 - 60 testers were selected covering most business sectors • An on-line training manual is available and additional training is coming • Ensure C-TPAT e-mail addresses/contact information is correct in the Portal to receive training updates • Users needed to change their password on initial entry into the new system Field Operations

Portal 2. 0 - Enhancements • Users with multiple accounts do not have to Portal 2. 0 - Enhancements • Users with multiple accounts do not have to sign in and out to access their other accounts • Enhanced message boards and document library • Streamlined C-TPAT application process • Improved SVI system (Current SVI monitoring will transition to the new system) - Notified when a partner’s status changes (not finalized) Future: • Full harmonization with PIP - 1 application for both • Improved security profile functions - (mirrors the validation report more closely) Example: Risk Assessment • Trusted trader single window • Enhanced Mutual Recognition Agreements (MRA) support Field Operations

Export Program • Benefits to EU, Japan and Canada • Only Tier II and Export Program • Benefits to EU, Japan and Canada • Only Tier II and III • Sign Agreement in Portal 2. 19 – Company Officer • Consent in Section 3. 8. 1 • Check the Applicable Countries 3. 8. 2 – All Countries Field Operations 7

Exports • Eligibility a) Active U. S. exporter b) Office staffed in U. S. Exports • Eligibility a) Active U. S. exporter b) Office staffed in U. S. c) Employee ID number or D&B number • Benefits a) Reduced exams b) Priority processing c) Marketing Field Operations

C-TPAT Survey • 90% - Percentage of respondents stating their company had not considered C-TPAT Survey • 90% - Percentage of respondents stating their company had not considered leaving C-TPAT • 99% - C-TPAT’s annual conference valuable • 53% - Percentage of respondents who had a formal system in place for supply chain risk before C-TPAT. Of those 87% stated that their ability to assess and manage supply chain risk strengthened as a result of C-TPAT • For every 100 exams – 20 on Tier II members, 8 on Tier III members and 72 on non C-TPAT members Field Operations

QUESTIONS? Jeffrey Brodack and Michael Sauer Supply Chain Security Specialists C-TPAT New York Field QUESTIONS? Jeffrey Brodack and Michael Sauer Supply Chain Security Specialists C-TPAT New York Field Office 718 -553 -2745 ext. 240 718 -553 -2745 ext. 263 Jeffrey. [email protected] gov Michael. [email protected] gov Field Operations