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- Running the customs gauntlet. Bradley, Perry // Business & Commercial Aviation;Dec95, Vol. 77 Issue 6, p56
Focuses on how to get through customs in the United States. Customs guidelines for private aircraft; Importance of discussing itinerary and requirements for the trip; Required customs notification; Forms to be filled out; Types of airports; Inspections; Documents needed; Concerns regarding drug...
- Customs Grows Accustomed. Krause, Kristin S. // Traffic World;6/21/99, Vol. 258 Issue 12, p49
Reports the importance of the ombudsman position in the United States Customs Service. Interest of Joseph M. Rees in working in the department; Expectation of a raise from shipment customs processes; Contention on the process.
- New Millennium Railroading, Part 2. Kuehn, Jason D. // Traffic World;12/20/99-12/27/99, Vol. 260 Issue 12/13, p56
Focuses on the evaluation of railroad transportation in the United States. Products of railroads; Example of customized railroad transportation; Production of custom and network services.
- No Success Like Failure. Biederman, David // Traffic World;1/18/99, Vol. 257 Issue 3, p44
Focuses on the implication of Automated Commercial System (ACS) for the Customs Service in the United States. Consequences of the failure of ACS; Development of the Automated Commercial Environment to reinforce ACS; Establishment of a Fax Alarm System in the Office of Information Technology.
- No Man's Land. Peters, Katherine McIntire // Government Executive;Jul2002, Vol. 34 Issue 10, p22
Focuses on the prevalence of smuggling and illegal immigration from Mexico in the Southwest border in the U.S. Initiative of the American government to confront the border issue; Impact of technology deployment on the magnitude of narcotics trafficking; Implications for immigration policy.
- Clearing customs from Canada is only a phone call away. Gilbert, Gordon A. // Business & Commercial Aviation;Sep96, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p22
Reports that beginning November 4, 1996, the US Customs will allow pre-registered aircraft operators reentering the country from Canada to clear customs via telephone.
- The promise, pitfalls of C-TPAT. Saphir, Albert // Journal of Commerce (15307557);1/23/2006, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p9
A letter to the editor in response to the article "A Chat With the Director of C-TPAT," in the January 2, 2006 issue is presented.
- Line Release Becomes BRASS. Biederman., David // Traffic World;3/1/99, Vol. 257 Issue 9, p36
Reports on the launching of the United States Customs Border Release Advance Screening and Selectivity (BRASS). Differentiation of line release program from BRASS; Usage of Windows NT Environment; Application process.
- United States lags rest of world in being user-friendly. Gatty, Bob; Blalock, Cecelia // Hotel & Motel Management;06/02/97, Vol. 212 Issue 10, p31
Focuses on the customs administration in the United States. Role of the National Traveler's Safety Team created by the White House Conference; Why the project of Safety team has been delayed in its project implementation.