C-TPAT ¿Qué es?

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C-TPAT ¿Qué es? Ralph Martínez (CBP)

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  • Export Control and Border Security: August 2005 Page
  • Export Control and Border Security: August 2005 Page
  • Export Control and Border Security: August 2005 Page
  • There are currently 6451 certified members in C-TPAT accounting for approximately 45% of the value and volume of the cargo entering the U.S. In 2006, over 2,800 validations were completed and 67% of all C-TPAT certified partners had been validated. CBP will begin re-validating members to ensure that security measures found during the initial visit have remained intact and are used consistently. Every four years.
  • C-TPAT ¿Qué es?

    1. 1. Field Operations
    2. 2. Our Mission“Detect and prevent terrorists and terrorist weapons fromentering the United States, while facilitating the orderly andefficient flow of legitimate trade and people at and through our Nation’s borders”. Field Operations
    3. 3. Nuestra Misión“Detectar y evitar la entrada de terroristas y armas bajo control de terroristas a los Estados Unidos, mientras eficientemente facilitando el flujo de comercio legítimo y de gente en y a través de las fronteras de nuestra nación”. Field Operations
    4. 4. What is C-TPAT Launched in November 2001 A voluntary government-business initiative designed to strengthen and improve overall international supply chain and U.S. border security Largest and most successful government-private sector partnership program Facilitates the flow of legitimate cargo by: Allowing CBP to designate C-TPAT companies as low-risk reducing the possibility of inspections at the border and ports of entry. Enabling CBP to shift cargo targeting and examination resources to those import transactions of high or unknown risks Field Operations
    5. 5. Que es C-TPAT Lanzado en Noviembre del 2001 Una iniciativa voluntaria entre gobierno y el comercio diseñada a reforzar y mejorar la cadena de suministro internacional y la seguridad fronteriza de los Estados Unidos El programa mas grande y mas exitoso entre un gobierno y el sector privado Facilita el flujo de la carga legítima como: Permitiendo a CBP designar empresas de C-TPAT como riesgo bajo y reduciendo la posibilidad de inspecciones en la frontera y puertos de entrada Permitiendo a CBP trasladar recursos de examen y focalización a aquellas transacciones de importación de alto riesgos o que son desconocidos Field Operations
    6. 6. Challenges CBP Faces Field Operations
    7. 7. Retos Que CBP Enfrenta  Los terroristas funcionan en todo el mundo La amenaza de un ataque terrorista contra los Estados Unidos es real Field Operations
    8. 8. Challenges CBP Faces• U.S. trade volume is continuing to increase• CBP cannot examine 100% of the cargo Field Operations
    9. 9. Retos Que CBP Enfrenta El volumen comercial al los Estados Unidos sigue aumentando La Aduana no puede examinar el 100 % de la carga Field Operations
    10. 10. CBP Daily OperationsProcesses:• 1.13 million passengers• 70,200 truck, rail, and sea containers• 251,000 incoming international passengers• 2,639 aircraft• 365,079 vehiclesCollect:• $88.3 million in tariffs, fees, dutiesInterdict, Arrest, and Apprehend:• 11,435 lbs. of narcotics at and in between ports of entry• $187,176 in undeclared or illicit currency• 75 criminal arrests• 1,901 illegal entry apprehensions Field Operations
    11. 11. CBP Daily Operations Procesa a medio de: 1.13 million de pasajeros 70,200 contenedores de camión, carril, y de mar 251,000 pasajeros internacionales 2,639 aviones 365,079 vehiculosCollecta: $88.3 million in tariffas, honorarios, impuestosInterdict, Arresta, y Detiene: 11,435 lbs. of narcotics at and in between ports of entry $187,176 in undeclared or illicit currency 75 criminal arrests 1,901 illegal entry apprehensions Field Operations
    12. 12. Layered Enforcement Strategy• Advance electronic information analysis and targeting  The Trade Act, 24-Hour Rule and National Targeting Center (NTC)  10+2 Sea Environment  Air Cargo Sea Cargo Advance Screening (ACAS)• Using advanced inspection technologies  Non-intrusive Inspection Technologies  (Cargo Imaging, RPM, Remote Imaging)• Pre-screening high-risk shipments prior to arrival in the U.S.  Container Security Initiative (CSI)• Partnering with the trade community to increase supply chain security  Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) Field Operations
    13. 13. Estategia de Aplicacion Acodada• Avances en la analisis de informacion electronica y focalizacion.  The Trade Act, 24-Hour Rule and National Targeting Center (NTC)• La utilizacion de tecnologias de inspeccion avanzada  Tecnologias en Inspeciones no-intrusas  (Cargo Imaging, RPM, Remote Imaging)• Verificación de embarque de riesgo elevado antes que llegada a los Estados Unidos  Container Security Initiative (CSI)• Asociación con la comunidad comercial para aumentar suministro encadena la seguridad  Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) Field Operations
    14. 14. Asimineto-Contenedor Maritimo Field Operations
    15. 15. Asimineto – Camion Commercial Field Operations
    16. 16. Asimiento- Contenedor Avionero Field Operations
    17. 17. Contrabanda de HumanosInmigrantes Indocumentados Detenidos - Contenedor Marítimo Field Operations
    18. 18. Inspeciones de Cargamentos Field Operations
    19. 19. Metodos de Ocultacion Field Operations
    20. 20. Inspeccion de Camion Field Operations
    21. 21. Inspeccion de Remolque6,939 pounds of Marijuana False Front Wall Field Operations
    22. 22. Inspeccion de Remolque Field Operations
    23. 23. Inspeccion Ferrocarril Field Operations
    24. 24. Inspeccion de Contenedor Maritimo Field Operations
    25. 25. Sellos y Mecanismos de Cierre Comprometidos U.S. Customs Service - Office of Field Operations Slide 37 U.S. Customs Service - Office of Field Operations Slide 54 U.S. Customs Service - Office of Field Operations Slide 81 Field Operations
    26. 26. Sellos y Mecanismos de Cierre Comprometidos Field Operations
    27. 27. Sellos y Cerraduras Field Operations
    28. 28. Sellos y Cerraduras Field Operations
    29. 29. Sellos y Cerraduras Field Operations
    30. 30. Tuercas y Cerrojos Field Operations
    31. 31. Tuercas y Sujetadores Field Operations
    32. 32. Contenedores Comprometidos Field Operations
    33. 33. Contenedores Comprometidos Field Operations
    34. 34. Contenedores Comprometidos Field Operations
    35. 35. Cualquiera de esos embarques podrian haber sido… Armas de destruccion masiva Quimicos de guerra biologica Armas/municiones Terroristas Field Operations
    36. 36. SUPPLY CHAIN ROAD MAP Field Operations
    37. 37. Shift in Supply Chain Security From Traditional “Single Point” to “End-to-End” Traditional Import Intervention Single Point intervention by Customs at import location. Field Operations
    38. 38. Shift in Supply Chain Security From Traditional “Single Point” to “End-to-End” End-to-End Supply Chain Security Solution Securing the entire supply chain from end-to-end – C-TPAT type measures. Field Operations
    39. 39. C-TPAT Supply Chain Supplier Raw Material Conveyance Consumer DistributionThe supply chain for C-TPAT purposes is defined from point ofstuffing (manufacturer/supplier/vendor) through to the point ofdistribution. Field Operations
    40. 40. C-TPAT Supply Chain Proveedor Material Prima Transportisita Consumidor DistribucionPara el objetivos de C-TPAT - La cadena de suministro es definida delpunto de origen (fabricante/proveedor/vendedor) asta el punto dedistribución PARA LOS TRANSPORTISTAS DE CARRETERA: La cadena de suministro para el transportista es definida del punto de origen de la yarda o donde los tractores y los remolques son almacenados, siguiendo donde se recoge el embarque con el fabricante/ proveedor/vendedor, astas el punto de distribución Field Operations
    41. 41. C-TPAT Membership:Importers 4,366Foreign Manufacturers 1,222Consolidators/(3PLs) 863Licensed U.S. Customs Brokers 845U.S. Marine Port or Terminal Operators 61Carriers 2935 • US-Canada Highway Carriers • US-Mexico Highway Carriers • Mexican Long Haul Carriers • Air Carriers • Rail Carriers • Sea CarriersTotal Certified Members 10,292* Field Operations
    42. 42. Benefits & Incentives• Reduced inspection• More efficient & secure supply chain• Assigned account manager (SCSS)• Tiered benefits levels• Free and secure trade lanes (FAST)• Stratified exam benefits• Front of the line privileges• Business Resumption• Marketability• Mutual recognition• Participation in CBP training seminars• Eligibility for other CBP Programs Field Operations
    43. 43. 2011 Report• 2,940 Total Validations completed in accordance with the SAFE Port Act mandates.• Conducted 75 outreach sessions with the trade community• Conducted a 100 additional during the third round of Joint Validations with China Customs• Concluded joint validations with the European Union and prepare a recommendation for CBP senior leadership regarding implementation of mutual recognition.• Concluded mutual recognition procedures with South Korea Field Operations
    44. 44. 2011 Report• Conducted security assessments of critical facilities in Mexico, Dominican Republic and Panama to advance CBP initiatives in those countries.• Accelerate the validations of Air Carriers and Air Cargo Consolidators subject to validation in 2011 and work actively with TSA officials throughout the validation process.• Assist Mexico with the formalization of its industry partner program and continue with Canada’s Partners in Protection program.• Develop new C-TPAT Portal – 2.0 Field Operations
    45. 45. Mutual RecognitionGlobal Efforts: • World Customs Organization members adopted C-TPAT security criteria in writing their Framework of Standards (2005) • International Standard Organization implemented (ISO 28000:2077) Supply Chain Security in order to conform with WCO Framework of Standards • USA has Mutual Recognition Arrangements: New Zealand, Canada, Jordan, Japan, Korea • Mutual Recognition Projects: European Union (Officially Signed May 4, 2012), Taiwan, Singapore • Technical Assistance Projects: Mexico, Guatemala, China, Colombia, Peru, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Israel, India, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam Field Operations
    46. 46. Global EffortsGlobal Efforts: • Capacity Building Training Programs: Ghana, Kenya • Four round of joint validations with the General Administration of China Customs planned in 2012 • CBP C-TPAT has provided continue training assistance to Colombia Customs in developing their Operador Económico Autorizado, OEA program • Colombia OEA consist of Dirección de Impuestos y Aduanas Nacionales de Colombia (DIAN), Instituto Colombiano Agropecuario (ICA), Instituto Nacional de Vigilancia de Medicamentos y Alimentos (INVIMA); Policía Nacional De Colombia • More information can be found in the internet http://www.dian.gov.co/descargas/operador/index.htm Field Operations
    47. 47. http://www.dian.gov.co/descargas/operador/index.htm Field Operations
    48. 48. Future Developments• Mutual Recognition• Export Program• Air Cargo Advance Screening (ACAS)• TSA Collaboration• Centers of Excellence and Expertise (CEE) Field Operations
    49. 49. C-TPAT Export Program• Early Stages- focus on Mutual Recognition countries• Key Stakeholders AEO Reps, CEE, ISA, TSA• Reciprocal Arrangements (inbound/outbound)• Budget Constraints – DHS/CBP determine resources needed• Pilots for Joint Validations Field Operations
    50. 50. ACAS Update• TSA & CBP collaboration (screen inbound cargo)• Express Consignment- Fed Ex, UPS, DHL• Delta- (domestic) Lufthansa- (foreign)• ACAS Pilot begins advanced air cargo data• National Targeting Center (NTC-C) targets high risk shipments• Refine targeting• High risk shipment identified, denied entry at foreign pointData Elements for ACAS Pilot:Shipper Name Cargo Description# of Pieces Shipper AddressConsignee Name Cargo WeightConsignee Address Field Operations
    51. 51. CBP/TSA Collaboration• Germany – CBP Validation• Chile – TSA & CBP Jointly• S. Korea – CBP Validation• Alaska & Hong Kong – CBP Validation• Vietnam – TSA Assessment• California – TSA CCSP• Florida – TSA CCSP Field Operations
    52. 52. Benefits of Collaboration• Reduced redundancies• Increased efficiency• Maximizing resources• Improved communication• One-stop shopping for carriers Field Operations
    53. 53. Centers of Excellence and Expertise• Created to expedite processing of imports in the respective industries.• Looking for ways to eliminate non-productive exams and document reviews or cargo detained for clerical rather than substantive reasons• This info will be passed on to the ports to eliminate unnecessary holds in the supply chain. Field Operations
    54. 54. CEE’s• New York – Pharmaceuticals• Los Angeles – Electronics• Possible future expansion: Miami, Chicago, Detroit, Houston• Possible industries: Automotive, Agriculture, Textiles, Petroleum Field Operations
    55. 55. QUESTIONS? Ralph MartinezSupply Chain Security Specialist Miami C-TPAT Field Office 305-471-8061 Ralph.Martinez@dhs.gov Field Operations

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