eGov/Mil Newsletter: June 16, 2021

June 16, 2021

In this Issue:

  • USTRANSCOM Issues Advisory on Use of Non-DoD SIT Facility Use
  • Annual Meeting Exhibit Space Available
  • U.S. Senate Passes Legislation to Prevent U.S. Customs and Border Protection from Selling Transferee Personal Data
  • USTRANSCOM J9 Conditions Based Movement Call (15 June)
  • FMC Accepting Applications for National Shipper Advisory Committee
  • USTRANSCOM Peak Season Call (3 Jun)

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U.S. Senate Prevents U.S. CBP Sales of Transferee Personal Data

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USTRANSCOM Issues Advisory on Use of Non-DoD SIT Facility Use

, authorizing TSPs to use non-DoD SIT facilities for Domestic Code of Service (COS) D and COS 2. There are warehouse requirements TSPs must ensure exist prior to using a warehouse, and several other requirements for use. Please be sure to read the entire advisory for details.

Annual Meeting Exhibit Space Available

is open for exhibitor registration for all member types. As you have heard, we are meeting in person this year, with the option to be there virtually. Act now while some exhibitor spots are still available!

U.S. Senate Passes Legislation to Prevent U.S. Customs and Border Protection from Selling Transferee Personal Data

The U.S. Senate has passed by a vote of 68-32, S. 1260, the U.S. Competition and Innovation Act, which included a key provision directing the U.S. Secretary of the Treasury to ensure that any personally identifiable information, are removed from a vessel, aircraft, or vehicle manifest, before that manifest is provided for public disclosure.

USTRANSCOM J9 Conditions Based Movement Call (15 June)

The June 15 Conditions Based Movement Call with USTRANSCOM, Services and Industry covered the USTRANSCOM created . highlight continued capacity constraints; thoughts on what DoD volume is expected for the remainder of the peak season; discussion on a falling refusal ratio and why that might be; questions to industry on labor availability, and more.

FMC Accepting Applications for National Shipper Advisory Committee

The U.S. Federal Maritime Commission (FMC) said it is accepting applications from qualified members of the international trade community wishing to serve on its newly formed National Shipper Advisory Committee (NSAC).

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USTRANSCOM Peak Season Call (3 Jun)

Significant conversations once again on capacity concerns from both the DoD side and industry side. Industry reps did a nice job laying out some of the issues. DoD is concerned with turnbacks that are apparently more significant this year (and certainly more significant earlier in the year) than previous years.

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