1. Preparing reports to capture and quickly relate lessons learned from the security gap analyses and the testing and refinement of technological applications. The reports will aim to provide guidance for a layered, multitiered approach for replication and standardization of policy approaches to securing trade corridors. The audience includes legislators and policy makers involved in the U.S.–Canada “Smart Border” Agreement and participants in counter-terrorism initiatives under consideration by the International Maritime Organization, the World Customs Organization, the International Standards Organization, and other relevant multilateral and international bodies.



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