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D U.S. Bureau of Customs and Border Protection Use of Information Technology
Pages 69-74

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From page 69...
... has developed an extensive array of information systems that support the collection, processing, and analysis of data on goods, people, and conveyances entering and exiting the United States. These systems were developed over the past three decades with the involvement of many government agencies and the international business and transportation communities.
From page 70...
... In August 2001, Customs embarked on a Modernization Program, a 15-year initiative to modernize and integrate its information technology infrastructure to support the government's oversight of import and export trade compliance, border enforcement, and international passenger processing. Modernization will enable Customs and all participating government agencies to collect, ana lyze, collaborate on, and disseminate the right international trade and traveler information to internal and outside users in advance or in real time -- to the right people, at the right time, and in the right place.
From page 71...
... with multiple levels of protection and multiple remote access methods and controls. CURRENT AND PLANNED DEVELOPMENTS The Customs Modernization Program will integrate all Customs information systems that encompass imports and exports, conveyance and shipment track ing, passenger enforcement, investigative and intelligence support, human resources, and financial management.
From page 72...
... The following are the major business functions of ACE that directly link to the freight transportation sector: · Portal -- a universal, secure Internet "window" for all authorized system users (Customs, other government agencies, and the international transportation community) to transmit, analyze, and collaborate on supply chain data.
From page 73...
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From page 74...
... The Board insures that ITDS goals and functionality are integrated with the needs of the public, the participating agencies and Customs modernization plans. CUSTOMS INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS SECURITY Customs' new Enterprise Architecture (EA)

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