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Please be aware that C-TPAT is preparing to deploy Phase II of Portal 2.0 on May 16, 2015. This deployment will restructure the security profile function into individual line items. To prevent potential applicants from having to conduct redundant work by completing the security profile twice, once in the current format and a second time immediately after May 16th in the new format, C-TPAT will not be accepting new applications after April 15, 2015, until Phase II deploys. If you are already a C-TPAT Partner and have further questions, please contact your assigned Supply Chain Security Specialist. If you do not yet have an assigned Supply Chain Security Specialist, please contact email@example.com with any questions.
Welcome to the new and enhanced C-TPAT Portal! This version of the Portal has been designed and built for the trusted trade community to apply for and maintain C-TPAT membership.
This system replaces the former C-TPAT Portal 1.0 and includes enhancements such as the ability to use a single logon for multiple C-TPAT accounts and improved Discussion and Document Upload capabilities.
A complete user manual for the C-TPAT Portal can be found at the following link: www.cbp.gov/ctpat.
In the near future, this system will expand to allow C-TPAT partners with multiple accounts to maintain those accounts in a more holistic manner.
It is envisioned that this system will evolve into a Trusted Trader portal to allow the international trade community to register memberships in other U.S. and international trusted trader programs.
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NOTICE: THIS SYSTEM CONTAINS TRADE SECRETS AND COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION RELATING TO THE CONFIDENTIAL BUSINESS OF PRIVATE PARTIES. THE TRADE SECRETS ACT, (18 U.S.C. 1905), PROVIDES PENALTIES FOR DISCLOSURE OF SUCH INFORMATION. CBP EMPLOYEES WHO VIOLATE THIS ACT AND MAKE WRONGFUL DISCLOSURES OF CONFIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE SUBJECT TO A PERSONAL FINE OF UP TO $1,000, IMPRISONMENT FOR NOT MORE THAN ONE YEAR, OR BOTH, AND SHALL BE REMOVED FROM EMPLOYMENT. AN IMPROPER DISCLOSURE OF CERTAIN INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS SYSTEM WOULD CONSTITUTE A VIOLATION OF THE PRIVACY ACT (5 U.S.C. 552A). VIOLATORS COULD BE SUBJECT TO A FINE OF NOT MORE THAN $5,000. INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS SYSTEM IS SUBJECT TO THE 3RD PARTY RULE AND MAY NOT BE DISCLOSED TO OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES WITHOUT THE EXPRESS PERMISSION OF THE AGENCY SUPPLYING THE ORIGINAL INFORMATION.
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