6 U.S. Code Chapter 3 - SECURITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY FOR EVERY PORT
Part A—Port Security Grants; Training and Exercise Programs
911. Repealed. 912. Port Security Exercise Program. 913. Facility exercise requirements.
Part B—Port Operations
921. Domestic radiation detection and imaging. 921a. Integration of detection equipment and technologies. 922. Inspection of car ferries entering from abroad. 923. Random searches of containers. 924. Threat assessment screening of port truck drivers. 925. Border Patrol unit for United States Virgin Islands. 926. Center of Excellence for Maritime Domain Awareness. SUBCHAPTER II—SECURITY OF THE INTERNATIONAL SUPPLY CHAIN
Part A—General Provisions
941. Strategic plan to enhance the security of the international supply chain. 942. Post-incident resumption of trade. 943. Automated Targeting System. 944. Container security standards and procedures. 945. Container Security Initiative.
Part B—Customs–Trade Partnership Against Terrorism
961. Establishment. 962. Eligible entities. 963. Minimum requirements. 964. Tier 1 participants in C–TPAT. 965. Tier 2 participants in C–TPAT. 966. Tier 3 participants in C–TPAT. 967. Consequences for lack of compliance. 968. Third party validations. 969. Revalidation. 970. Noncontainerized cargo. 971. C–TPAT program management. 972. Additional personnel. 973. Authorization of appropriations.
Part C—Miscellaneous Provisions
981. Pilot integrated scanning system. 981a. Pilot integrated scanning system. 982. Screening and scanning of cargo containers. 983. Inspection technology and training. 984. Pilot program to improve the security of empty containers. 985. Information sharing relating to supply chain security cooperation. SUBCHAPTER III—ADMINISTRATION 1001. Designation of liaison office of Department of State. 1002. Homeland Security Science and Technology Advisory Committee. 1003. Research, development, test, and evaluation efforts in furtherance of maritime and cargo security.