commercial operations of U.S. Customs and Border Protection

(2) Commercial operations of U.S. Customs and Border Protection The term “commercial operations of U.S. Customs and Border Protection” includes— (A) administering any customs revenue function (as defined in section 215 of title 6 ); (B) coordinating efforts of the Department of Homeland Security with respect to trade facilitation and trade enforcement; (C) coordinating with the Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement with respect to— (i) investigations relating to trade enforcement; and (ii) the development and implementation of the joint strategic plan required by section 4314 of this title ; (D) coordinating, on behalf of the Department of Homeland Security, efforts among Federal agencies to facilitate legitimate trade and to enforce the customs and trade laws of the United States, including representing the Department of Homeland Security in interagency fora addressing such efforts; (E) coordinating with customs authorities of foreign countries to facilitate legitimate international trade and enforce the customs and trade laws of the United States and the customs and trade laws of foreign countries; (F) collecting, assessing, and disseminating information as appropriate and in accordance with any law regarding cargo destined for the United States— (i) to ensure that such cargo complies with the customs and trade laws of the United States; and (ii) to facilitate the legitimate international trade of such cargo; (G) soliciting and considering on a regular basis input from private sector entities, including the Commercial Customs Operations Advisory Committee established by section 4316 of this title and the Trade Support Network, with respect to, as appropriate— (i) the implementation of changes to the customs and trade laws of the United States; and (ii) the development, implementation, or revision of policies or regulations administered by U.S. Customs and Border Protection; and (H) otherwise advising the Secretary of Homeland Security with respect to the development of policies associated with facilitating legitimate trade and enforcing the customs and trade laws of the United States.

Source

19 USC § 4301(2)


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