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Earlier this month, DHS hosted the fifth DHS for a Day in Detroit, Michigan as part of our ongoing series of day-long events to brief private sector partners about DHS. The event focused on supply chain security and trade facilitation – two issues directly relevant to the Detroit business community. Roughly 300,000 people and $1.5 billion in trade cross the northern border every day, representing the largest bilateral flows of goods and people in the world.
Overall, DHS for a Day in Detroit provided our private sector partners with a glimpse of the work that DHS does every day to keep our nation’s borders and economy secure. However, security is a shared responsibility. Through sustained partnerships with the private sector we can keep our hometowns and our homeland safe.