All countries have their own Customs laws, regulations and security programs in order to ensure the safety and security of shipments crossing their borders. Non-compliance with these rules can result in fines, penalties and forfeitures of merchandise, as well as significant delays at the border.
CompTIA educates our membership and keeps them current on Customs related issues. In addition, we work with U.S. and foreign governments to make Customs procedures streamlined, effective, and transparent for both government and industry. These efforts are aimed at ensuring compliance with laws and regulations as well as minimizing the financial and administrative impacts.
12th Annual CompTIA Global Trade Compliance Best Practices Conference
San Diego, CA
September 18, 2018 8:00 AM
| Dec 13, 2017
On November 27-30, Liz Hyman and Stefanie Holland attended the U.S. Information Technology Office (USITO) Board meeting in Beijing, China. The delegation of nearly 40 representatives from tech companies and associations met with U.S. Ambassador to China Terry Branstad and the embassy team.
| Apr 14, 2017
On March 28, the Trump Administration sent a draft notice of intent to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to the House and Senate trade committees. The draft notice outlines many familiar areas, while revealing areas of departure from past trade policies.
| Mar 24, 2017
This week, CompTIA’s Ken Montgomery, vice president of international trade regulation and compliance, and Stefanie Holland, director of international government and regulatory affairs, attended a meeting of the Harmonized System Committee at the World Customs Organization (WCO) in Brussels, Belgium.
Apr 25, 2018
Feb 28, 2017
Feb 22, 2017