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CBP Initiative: Advance Trade Data Elements “Security Filing” Available Commercial Trade Data The trade community relies on various documents and data to facilitate commerce and conduct day-to-day business. ATDI performed an evaluation of select trade documents and data.

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CBP Initiative:

Advance Trade Data Elements

“Security Filing”

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Available Commercial Trade Data

  • The trade community relies on various documents and data to facilitate commerce and conduct day-to-day business. ATDI performed an evaluation of select trade documents and data.

  • Approximately 100 discreet commercial documents containing thousands of supply chain data elements are used in different combinations and to varying degrees by the trade

  • Data covers Supplier Management, Manufacturing, Procurement, Transportation and Order Settlement activities

  • Procurement and Ocean Transport documents and their associated data elements have been reviewed for their value in cargo security enforcement

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ATDI Overview

ATDI is a Partnership With Trade To Identify Information In Today’s Supply Chains Capable of Strengthening DHS Risk Management Efforts

Purchase Order/Advanced Shipment




& Routing

Terminal Receipt & Drayage Detail

Conveyance and Container Location & Intermodal Interchange Status

Vessel Load Plan

Truck Status

Proof of Delivery


U.S. Bound


CBP 24 Hour Manifest

CBP Entry and Entry Summary

Gather, Fuse and AssessData From the Global Supply Chain. Develop a Risk Profile -- Act at the Earliest Point

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Advanced Trade Data: Utility to CBP

  • Tactical Utility: enhanced targeting through entity identification and shipment origin clarification: forms the basis for mandatory transmission of information to CBP.

  • Strategic Utility: wealth of information on supply chain provides CBP a robust analytic and compliance platform: forms the foundation for enhancing knowledge of and, ability to facilitate, the supply chain/logistics/clearance process.

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ATD: Tactical Security Requirements

CBP continually works to improve targeting capabilities to enhance key functions of our enforcement mission. Introducing new, targeting data elements to CBP from the trade’s information serves to:

  • Enhance both CBP’s automated and officer-based Targeting efforts

    • CSI gains new and earlier knowledge of shipment parties and events

    • New trade entity roles and portfolios will be created

    • New targeting rules will be created and existing rules improved

  • Increase the transparency of key supply chain participants and events

    • Strengthen identity verification; “who initiated, handled, packed, and shipped a transaction”

    • New ability to track container stuffing

    • C-TPAT gains viewable supply chain history file prior to physical validations

      Increase confidence in CBP’s trade facilitation function.

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    Bill of Lading Number

    Foreign Port before vessel departs for U.S.

    Carrier SCAC

    Carrier Assigned Voyage Number

    Date of Arrival at First U.S. Port

    U.S. Port of Unlading


    Unit of measure of Quantity

    First Foreign Place of Receipt

    Commodity Description (description/HTS-6)

    Commodity Weight

    Shipper Name

    Shipper Address

    Consignee Name

    Consignee Address

    Vessel Name

    Vessel Country

    Vessel Number

    Foreign Port of Lading

    Hazmat Code

    Container numbers

    Seal Numbers

    Date of departure from Foreign Port

    Time of Departure from Foreign Port

    Manufacturer (Supplier) name/address

    Seller (Owner) name/address

    Container Stuffing location

    Consolidator name/address

    Buyer (Owner) name/address

    Ship to name/address

    Importer of record number

    Consignee number

    Country of origin

    Commodity HTS-6

    Data Elements

    Required Manifest data

    Security Filing Data

    Entry Data Elements

    • Entry Number & Type

    • Entry – Dist & Entry – Port

    • Filer Code

    • Importer of Record

    • Ultimate Consignee

    • Surety Number

    • Filing Date & Time

    • Importing Carrier

    • Vessel Name

    • Country of Origin

    • Exporting Country

    • Exporting Date

    • Foreign Port of Arrival

    • Estimated Arrival Date

    • Entry Value

    • HSUSA (10)

    • Manufacturer ID

    Stow Plan Data

    Container Status Message (CSM) Data


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    Security Filing Requirements

    • Importer’s Responsibility: filing the “ten” data elements associated with entry type data.

      • Designate an agent to file (e.g. broker, freight forwarder) security filing

      • Single filer – efficient, accountable, accurate

    • Carrier’s Responsibility: filing the “two” – Stow Plan and Container Status Message data.

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    Data Elements Timeline

    24 Hours Prior to Loading

    Last Foreign Port

    Date of Arrival






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    Required by SAFE Port Act 2006

    Section 203 (a) (1): Secretary shall “…identify and seek the submission of data related to the movement of a shipment of cargo through the international supply chain…”

    Section 203 (b): Secretary shall “…require…additional data elements for improved high-risk targeting, including appropriate security elements of entry data…to be provided as advanced information …prior to lading…” at the foreign port.

    SAFE Port Act Requirements

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    Required by SAFE Port Act 2006

    Requires consultation with stakeholders (including COAC) and that the Secretary “identify to them the need for such information and the appropriate timing of its submission”.

    Requires consideration of costs, benefits, and feasibility of requiring additional non-manifest data, reducing the time period for revising cargo manifests and for submission of certain elements of entry data.

    SAFE Port Act: Consultative Process

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    Consultative Process

    • Trade Support Network

      • Initial Discussions to identify data elements, operational issues, and data definitions

      • Two conferences – May 2006 and September 2006

    • Commercial Operations Advisory Committee

      • SAFE Port Act Section (c) (2) requires consultation to include COAC

      • Series of conference calls initiated in November 2006 & completed in February 2007

      • Two-day conference in Houston TX January 25-26, 2007

      • Produced 30 Recommendations for CBP to consider as Security Filing proposal moves forward.

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    Consultative Process

    • Joint Industry Group (JIG) - CBP addressed JIG conferences in August 2006 and February 2007

    • AAEI – CBP panel discussion January 2007

    • NCBFAA – met with leadership February 2007

    • U.S. Chamber of Commerce – single issue discussion February 2007

    • AAEI “Webinar” – March 2007

    • Int’l Compliance Professionals Assoc. – March 2007

    • C-TPAT Conference – New Orleans: April 2007

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    Current Status

    • Security Filing Strawman Proposal

      • Posted to CBP.gov website

      • E-mail address set up for comments (limited feedback)

    • Frequently Asked Questions – regular web site postings to address trade issues

    • CBP Office of Regulations and Rulings working with trade on cost benefit analysis.

    • ATDI “test bed” – announced the test at the Houston COAC meeting