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  1. ACE Overview and e-Manifest: Trucks (Release 4) Steve Graham, eCP

  2. ACE System will: Automate truck manifest filings with CBP Utilize both Electronic Data Interface (EDI) and ACE Secure Data Portal technologies Incorporate transponder & proximity card technology Interface legacy & ACE release processes Consolidate CBP release mechanisms Support in-bond processing ACE Release 4, e-Manifest:Truck

  3. Transform Land Border Primary Inspection From 5 Separate Systems to PAPS • One Consolidated Portal • Single Sign-on • Single interface for all release types • Multi-agency • Point & Click • Transponder FAST ACS BRASS CAFES

  4. e-Manifest: Trucks (Release 4) Release of cargo within ACE for all ACE ports Pre Arrival Processing System (PAPS) Cargo Selectivity including Border Cargo Selectivity (HN) Cargo Selectivity (HI) Certification from entry summary (EI) Free and Secure Trade (FAST) Border Release Advanced Screening and Selectivity (BRASS) Section 321 release of merchandise under $200 Instruments of International Traffic In-bond request via Manifest declaration Customs Automated Forms Entry System (CAFES) Electronic In-bond QP/WP Electronic In-bond QP/WP Interface Legacy & ACE Release Processes

  5. Communicate with CBP Apply as per Federal Register Notice to establish Truck Carrier accounts Federal Register / Vol. 69, No. 23 / Wed., Feb. 4, 2004 page 5360 Automated Commercial Environment (ACE): Applications To Establish Truck Carrier Accounts for Participation in a National Customs Automation Program (NCAP) Test Federal Register / Vol. 69, No. 176 / Mon., Sept. 13, 2004 page 55167 Automated Commercial Environment (ACE): Announcement of a National Customs Automation Program Test of Automated Truck Manifest for Truck Carrier Accounts Participating in e-Manifest: Trucks

  6. Evaluate your individual business practices to determine best method to communicate to ACE Direct EDI Link ACE Secure Data Portal Combination of EDI and ACE Secure Data Portal Use a service provider to transmit data to ACE Service center Application Service Provider Participating in ACE e-Manifest: Trucks

  7. Direct EDI Link All cargo, crewmember, equipment, conveyance data is collected and sent together to ACE: How a carrier can participate in ACE Company Cargo Conveyance Crew Equipment ACE

  8. ACE Secure Data Portal All cargo, crewmember, equipment, conveyance data is collected and sent together to ACE through the ACE Secure Data Portal How a carrier can participate in ACE, cont. Company Cargo Conveyance Crew Equipment ACE

  9. Combination of EDI and ACE Portal How a carrier can participate in ACE, cont. Company Cargo EDI ACE Conveyance Account Portal Crew Equipment

  10. Service center All cargo, crewmember, equipment, conveyance data is collected and sent together to ACE through a third party: How a carrier can participate in ACE, cont. Company Cargo Conveyance Crew Equipment ACE Transmitted to a Service Center

  11. ACE supports both ANSI X.12 & UN/EDIFACT American National Standards Institute (ANSI.X12) United Nations / Electronic Data Interchange For Administration, Commerce and Transport (UN/EDIFACT) Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)

  12. Rough equivalents • ANSI X.12 DataUN/EDIFACT • From Trade To CBP • 309 Trip & Shipment CUSCAR • 358 Trip & Consist CUSREP • 353 Trip Complete & CUSCAR or In-bond Arrival CUSCAR • From CBP to the Trade • 997 Acknowledgment CONTRL • 355 Accept / Reject CUSRES • 350 Customs Status CUSRES • 309/358 Crew & Passenger PAXLST

  13. WWW.CBP.GOV > Trade Support Network > ACE EDI Message Drafts Outline of EDI Messages for ACE Release 3 & 4 MEDPID EDI Message for Crew, Conveyance and Equipment New Modified ACE EDI Messages for Release 4 – Truck Manifest New Modified ACE EDI Messages for Release 4 – Truck Manifest Manifest Submission by Truck Carriers .xls June 28-29, 2004 e-Manifest Trucks EDI Information Presentations .ppt June 28-29, 2004 Information Session Questions and Answers .doc New Modified ACE EDI Messages for Release 4 – Truck Manifest ANSI X.12 Message Sets Service Segments Required to Envelope UN/EDIFACT Message (CTLSET) UN EDIFACT Message Sets for Standard Manifest UN EDIFACT Message Sets for Preferred Manifest Information on CBP Web Site

  14. ACE Secure Data Portal Conceptual design for discussion purposes only

  15. ACE Secure Data Portal - Trip Conceptual design for discussion purposes only

  16. ACE Secure Data Portal - Conveyance Conceptual design for discussion purposes only

  17. ACE Secure Data Portal - Crew Conceptual design for discussion purposes only

  18. ACE Secure Data Portal - Equipment Conceptual design for discussion purposes only

  19. ACE Secure Data Portal – Link Shipments to Trip Conceptual design for discussion purposes only

  20. ACE Secure Data Portal - Shipment Conceptual design for discussion purposes only

  21. ACE Secure Data Portal – Shipment Commodity Conceptual design for discussion purposes only

  22. ACE Secure Data Portal – Change Shipment Type Conceptual design for discussion purposes only

  23. Incorporate Transponder Technology • Transponder located on truck cab windshield will trigger look-up of carriers pre-filed manifest record • To expedite release process for the CBP inspector, ACE will deliver manifest and entry details in one consolidated screen • Trip • Conveyance • Equipment • Crew • Shipment

  24. e-Manifest: Trucks Process Overview

  25. Trip Conveyance Crew (s) Passenger (s) Equipment (s) Shipment (s) – PAPS Shipment (s) - BCS Shipment (s)– In-Bond Shipment (s)– BRASS Shipment (s)– Section 321 e-Manifest and e-Release

  26. e-Manifest: Trucks Functionality by Shipment Type e-Manifest filing e-Release Portal view PAPS/BCS Section 321 BRASS In-Bond FAST

  27. Entry pre-filed in ACS Border Cargo Selectivity Entry Entry Summary Bar Code will not be needed Shipment Control Number (SCN) and, if applicable, Bill Control Number (BCN) must match SCN/BCN number supplied on the entry Current limit of three PAPS shipments at primary will be removed Manifest and entry information is reconciled e-Release: PAPS

  28. 19 Code of Federal Regulations Section 143.23(j) Country of origin and value will be entered into the manifest shipment records With these additional data elements the manifest becomes the entry Maximum value is 200 dollars e-Release: Section 321

  29. C-4 code numbers will be entered by the carrier into the manifest shipment records BRASS bar codes will not be needed At the time of release entry number will be assigned Limit of 3 BRASS shipments at Primary may be removed e-Release: BRASS

  30. In-Bond types supported 61 – Immediate Transportation (I.T.) 62 – Transportation and Exportation (T&E) 63 – Immediate Exportation (I.E.) In-Bond functionality supported In-Bond request and authorization In-Bond arrival Method of data transmission ACE e-Manifest: Trucks (Release 4) Electronic In-Bond via the Automated Broker Interface (record identifiers QP/WP) Customs Automated Forms Entry System – CAFES e-Release: In-Bond

  31. e-Release: FAST Overview Transitional Port Deployment ACE Ports FAST Ports • FAST transactions will be filed in the same manner as today • ACE will support the release of FAST shipments • FAST will support the submission of additional shipment information • FAST transactions may be viewed via the ACE Secure Data Portal • FAST transactions may not be created or modified via the ACE Secure Data Portal

  32. Driver must be a registered FAST participant with a proximity card Truck must be equipped with a transponder Carrier must be a Customs –Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) participant Importer must be a C-TPAT participant Additional requirements on the Southern Border Manufacturer must be a C-TPAT participant Equipment must be sealed e-Release : FAST Eligibility Requirements

  33. Broker Download Shipment data reported by the carrier will be forwarded to the ACS entry filer identified by the carrier Associated carriers Shipment data transmitted to ACE cannot be transferred from one carrier to another The issue of the carrier’s ability to transfer shipment data from one carrier to another is under review Export of In-Bond shipments must be reported via ABI (QP/WP) Additional Issues

  34. Testing Plans e-Manifest: Trucks (Release 4) Unit Testing SWIT: Software Integration Testing (Winter 04/05 on going) SIT: System Integration Testing (Spring 04) TRR: Test Readiness Review (Summer 04) SAT: System Acceptance Testing (Summer 04) Production Readiness Review (Fall 04) UAT: User Acceptance Testing (Fall 04) ORR: Operational Readiness Review (Winter 04/05) Limited Trade Samples Full Participation Pilot Participants Dec./ Jan./ Feb./ Mar./ Apr./ May./ Jun./ Jul./ Aug./ Sep./ Oct./ Nov./ Dec./ Jan./ Feb 2004 2005

  35. 12/11/04 – 12/17/04 Blaine, WA. 01/15/05 – 1/21/04 Buffalo & Lewiston, NY. 02/25/05 - 03/04/05 Detroit & Port Huron, MI 03/11/05 - 03/18/05 Champlain, NY 03/25/05 - 04/01/05 Laredo, TX 04/8/05 - 04/15/05 Otay Mesa, Ca. Other ports will follow until e-Manifest: Trucks (Release 4) is operational in every land border port. Initial Deployment Schedule

  36. Questions and Feedback? ? Visit the Modernization & ACE site on www.cbp.gov/modernization or write us at: CBPMO@dhs.gov