Interoperability at the Border: Coordinated Border Management Best Practices & Case Studies
AbstractInteroperability among government agencies at national borders, also known as coordinated border management (CBM), is a fundamental component of a nation's modernized customs and border control strategy. It comprises the streamlining of parallel processes and technologies enabling different government agencies to effectively work together on border issues. By 4 implementing CBM strategies at both the domestic and international levels, countries can reduce internal costs and inefficiencies, improve security, and increase their ability to facilitate trade and generate revenue at the border.
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Trade Agreements; Trade Facilitation; trade faciliation; border management; best practices;
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