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Fiscal Year:2011 Committee Type: Non Scientific Program Advisory Board Departmental Advisory Committee on Commercial Operations of Customs and Border Protection and Related Functions DHS f3de27de-e4ce-42a0-9ccb-2cb1a77617e4 [120]: http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/trade/trade_outreach/coac/ Department of Homeland Security [654]: http://www.dhs.gov Sponsoring Agency Beneficiary Mr. Earl Agron Vice President, APL Global Transportation Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Samuel Banks Executive Vice President Sandler & Travis Trade Advisory Service, Inc Committee Member Representative Performer Alan Bersin Commissioner, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Committee Member Regular Government Employee (RGE) Performer Leman Chip Bown FedEx Trade Networks Committee Member Representative Performer Ms. Adrienne Braumiller Attorney/Partner Braumiller Schulz & Co. Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Scott Childers Senior Manager, Integrated Management, The Walt Disney Company Committee Member Representative Performer Ms. Colleen Clarke Roanoke Trade Services Committee Member Representative Performer Ms. Mary Ann Comstock Asst Secretary & Northern Border Compliance Mgr, UPS Supply Chain Solutions Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. William Cook Senior Manager, Chrysler Corporation Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Jeff Coppersmith President, Coppersmith Global Logistics, Inc. Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Robert A. DeCamp Deringer Logistics Consulting Group Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Mattheww Fass President, Maritime Products International Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. William Ferguson Security Director, NYK Line (North America) Inc. Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Michael J. Ford BDP International Committee Member Representative Performer Ms. Carol Hallett Counselor, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Don Huber General Electric Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Jevon Jamieson Manager Admin & Customs Compliance, ABF Freight System Committee Member Representative Performer Ms. Karen Kenney Chief Operating Officer, Liberty International, Inc. Committee Member Representative Performer Ms. Karen A. Lobdell Integration Point Committee Member Representative Performer Ms. Kathleen Neal Regal Beloit Corporation Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Barry O'Brien Global Trade/Customs/Import Professional Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. James Phillips Senior Manager - Customs, General Motors LLC Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Geoffrey Powell Vice President Operations, C.H. Powell Company Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Kenneth Roberts Kraft Foods Global, Inc. Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Leigh Schmid Vice President , Limited Brands, Inc. Committee Member Representative Performer Ms. Carol Sheldon Vice President Customs & Regulatory Compliance, DHL Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Ted Sherman Director, Global Trade Services, Target Corporation Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Tim Skud U.S. Treasury Department Committee Member Regular Government Employee (RGE) Performer Ms. Barbara Vatier Air Transportation Association Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. David J. Vitale President, Urban Partnership Bank Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. George Weise Executive Vice President, Sandler, Travis Trade Advisory Services Committee Member Representative Performer Mr. Jeffrey B. Whalen Nike, Inc. Committee Member Representative Performer Not Available 17d421cb-da67-4b99-a53c-01eb5564c49b The Advisory Committee on Commercial Operations of Customs and Border Protection (COAC) (formally The Departmental Advisory Committee on Commercial Operations of Customs and Border Protection and Related Homeland Security and originally known as the Treasury Advisory Committee on Commercial Operations of the U.S. Customs Service), provides advice in support of ensuring efficient administration of commercial operations of CBP and provides advice in support of efforts to secure supply chain while maintaining flow of legitimate international commerce. 7262c533-0f64-4127-bb36-e3be4054b65e Recommandations Not Available 70f5e84a-a367-4b2d-bc74-aa5852c1ebe6 Make, Accept, Implement bd2ba13d-9b56-4840-ad27-97292ec997b3 becbb7b9-1fed-4bbf-8568-01bf356cb904 Recommendations Made Number Departmental Advisory Committee on Commercial Operations of Customs and Border Protection and Related Functions Department of Homeland Security Unspecified n/a 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 There were no recommendations submitted by COAC 11th term or 12th in FY 2011. The COAC did not issue any recommendations in FY 2011 because the 11th Term COAC ended in November 2010 and made recommendations in FY 2010 and the 12th Term COAC did not submit recommendations until the first quarter of FY2012.When U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) completed its first GSA Federal Advisory Committee Act (FACA) database online fiscal year committee report in September 2006, the question was posed to provide the recommendations for the life of the Committee and to provide percentages of the recommendations implemented. CBP cannot accurately determine those figures over the life of the committee because that information is not readily available to CBP. The committee was previously chaired by Department of Treasury. With the creation of the Department of Homeland Security, the responsibility for COAC was divided between Treasury and DHS, and COAC’s name and mission subsequently were expanded to include homeland security and trade functions outside of those solely within the purview of CBP. It was not until April 2006 that CBP was charged with the administration and record keeping of this committee. Note: The recommendations reported in this cycle are those that CBP was able to determine based on COAC reports from FY2006, FY2007, FY2008, FY 2009 & FY2010. FY 2010 there was 64 COAC recommendations submitted. 4 Recommendations by the Air Cargo Security subcommittee, 11 recommendations by the Bond subcommittee, 8 recommendations by the Global Supply Chain Security subcommittee, 1 recommendation by the IPR Enforcement Subcommittee, 27 recommendations by the ISF subcommittee, and 13 recommendations by the Trade Facilitation subcommittee.FY2009, 6 committee recommendations were submitted. 3 Recommendations related to IPR enforcement. 1 Recommendation regarding Bonds and 2 recommendations regarding Trade Facilitation.FY 2008, 9 recommendations were submitted by COAC in response to a Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) on the Importer Security Filing. FY 2007 32 Recommendations were submitted regarding the Advance Trade Data Initiative/ Importer Security Filing. Also In FY 2007, COAC submitted 2 additional recommendations, 1 on a Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) Third Party Validator Voluntary Pilot Program Proposal and a second regarding COAC's Summary Comments on Department of Homeland Security's Draft Report "Strategy to Enhance International Supply Chain Security." FY 2006 there were 12 of the Recommendations regarding Greenlane Benefits for C-TPAT Tier 3 Participants. 124 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 9ee578ea-5ffb-41c5-947e-cbef41e51484 Recommendations Fully Accepted Percentage Departmental Advisory Committee on Commercial Operations of Customs and Border Protection and Related Functions Department of Homeland Security For a variety of its own reasons not applicable to the Committee, the agency may implement all/most of the recommendations, but few times recommendations are not implemented. n/a 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 The percentage above is an estimate. This is based on 7 additional FY2010 recommendations being fully implemented by the agency in FY2011 in addition to the previous 44 recommendations already implemented by the agency. The percentage was calculated based on a total of 80 recommendations from FY 2005-FY2011 (excluding those 29 recommendations that are still pending).In FY 2011 – 3 out of the 8 ISF FY2010 Outreach recommendations were fully implemented by the agency. 4 out of the 8 ISF FY2010 recommendations regarding the progress reports were fully implemented by the agency.29 of the FY2010 Recommendations are pending and a final disposition is expected in CY2011/2012.4 Air Cargo recommendations pending8 Global Supply Chain Security recommendations pending8 ISF recommendations are still pending9 Trade Facilitation recommendations are still pending.12 of the 64 FY 2010 recommendations were fully implemented by the agency in FY2010. This includes 4 of the trade facilitation recommendations, 6 of the bond recommendations and 2 of the ISF outreach recommendations. 3 of the 6 COAC FY2009 recommendations have been accepted ( 2 IPR/ 1 Trade Facilitation) and 3 (1 IPR, 1 Bond, and 1 Trade Facilitation recommendations) are still pending a final disposition. 6 of the 9 COAC FY2008 recommendations have been or expected to be fully implemented by the agency regarding the Interim Final Rule on Advance Trade Data Security Filings (NPRM 2007 - IRF: November 25, 2008).14 out of the 32 COAC FY 2007 recommendations have been or are expected to be fully implemented by the agency regarding Advance Trade Data security filings.Both of the 2 additional FY 2007 recommendations, the proposal on third party validator pilot program and the comments on the "Strategy to Enhance International Supply Chain Security." were accepted.7 out of 12 COAC FY 2006 Recommendations regarding Greenland Benefits for C-TPAT Tier 3 participants have been or are expected to be fully implemented by the agency. 41 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 864f252e-31dc-4f7d-b5fe-93dc575b5413 Recommendations Partially Accepted Percentage Departmental Advisory Committee on Commercial Operations of Customs and Border Protection and Related Functions Department of Homeland Security There are sometimes a few proposals which were not funded in their entirety, those few being scaled back from their original level of requested funding (allowable under the program). n/a 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 The percentage above is an estimate. CBP is unable to determine this percentage during the reporting period.Of the 124 recommendations for the lifespan of the committee, 29 are still in a pending status for a final disposition and decisions are expected in CY2011.FY 2010 there were 2 ISF outreach recommendations that were partially implemented and 3 progress report recommendations that were partially implemented. FY2009 - 1 recommendation on IPR Bonds that has been partially accepted Facilitation recommendations. FY 2008 - 2 recommendations were partially accepted from the 9 submitted FY 2008 recommendations on the NPRM which were addressed in the Interim Final Rule of November 25, 2008.FY 2007 - 6 out of the 32 recommendations regarding Advance Trade Data security filings have been or are expected to be partially implemented by the agency. This has been documented in CBP's response to COAC comments to the Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) on Advance Trade Data Security Filings. FY2006- 1 out of the 12 recommendations regarding Greenlane benefits for Tier 3 participants has been partially accepted (bond related recommendation). 12 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 2010-10-01 2011-09-30 2013-07-09 http://explore.data.gov/resource/datasets/c5i3-bb9j Gannon (J.) Dick gannon_dick@yahoo.com Submit error.