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GloriaHigley
Archer Employee
Archer Employee

Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) is a layer of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) multi-layered cargo enforcement strategy. Through this program, CBP works with the trade community to strengthen international supply chains and improve United States border security. CTPAT is a voluntary public-private sector partnership program which recognizes that CBP can provide the highest level of cargo security only through close cooperation with the principle stakeholders of the international supply chain such as importers, carriers, consolidators, licensed customs brokers, and manufacturers. 

CTPAT Partners receive a variety of benefits, including the ability to better identify their own security vulnerabilities and take corrective actions to mitigate risks. Additional benefits of the program include: reduced number of CBP examinations, front of the line inspections, shorter wait times at the border, and access to the Free and Secure Trade (FAST) Lanes at the land borders. 

The CTPAT  Minimum Security Criteria for U.S. Exporters provides base level requirements and guidelines for exporters wishing to participate in the Customs Trade Partnership Against Terrorism program. 

 

Languages

This content is available in English only. 

 

Mappings

Mappings for CTPAT Minimum Security Criteria for U.S. Exporters to the Archer Control Standard Library are available in the authoritative source content pack. 

 

Content Source

The source of this content comes from the U.S Customs and Border Protection website. 

 

Licensing Restrictions

The CTPAT Minimum Security Criteria for U.S. Exporters authoritative source content is available with the use of the Archer Policy Program Management, Archer IT Policy Program Management, and/or Archer Authorization and Assessment use cases. No additional license is required. 

 

For More Information

To learn more about the CTPAT Minimum Security Criteria for U.S. Exporters Authoritative Source Content: 

The CTPAT Minimum Security Criteria for U.S. Exporters authoritative source content is provided through the Archer Exchange to enhance your existing Archer implementation. To learn more about the Archer Exchange, please visit the Archer Exchange on the Archer Community. 

 

For Additional Support

To learn more about this content, please contact your Account Rep for additional details. For technical support questions, please open a support case. 

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