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Border management, immigration and customs organizations are challenged with the dual goals of facilitating the movement of people and cargo across borders while enhancing the security of citizens and visitors.
Doing Even More with Even Less: Border Management and Public Safety [PDF, 96KB]
Border management agencies face the harsh reality of increased mission requirements, declining budgets and revenue sources and the expectation to achieve maximum outcomes in minimum time. Change must come—and come fast to enable rapid cost reduction and operational efficiencies that lead to high performance for border management agencies.
Transforming Global Border Management: Facilitating Trade, Travel and Security to Achieve High Performance [PDF, 116KB]
Today's border management agencies are challenged like never before. Globalization and the threat of terrorism have ushered in a climate that demands high performance and total responsiveness—every time. The need for ever more efficient, rapid and open movement of travelers and goods coincides with heightened demands for more secure traveler and cargo identification before, at and within a country's borders without compromising an individual's basic rights and privacy.
Insights into Automated Border Clearance
Using insights from years of automated border clearance experience, this document is designed to help border management and immigration agencies consider the implications of automated border clearance systems and their potential for keeping international borders safe and efficient. It looks at the benefits for various stakeholders and considers key decisions when implementing an automated border clearance solution.
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September 24, 2012
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