CBP operates the Automated Targeting System (ATS). ATS is a decision support tool that compares traveler, cargo, and conveyance information against law enforcement, intelligence, and other enforcement data using risk-based scenarios and assessments. CBP is updating this Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) to notify the public about ATS user interface enhancements for passenger vetting (known as Unified Passenger or UPAX), the use of ATS for vetting new populations, vetting of master crew member list and master non-crew member list data collected under 19 CFR. 122.49c, and several new information sharing initiatives, including between the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) and CBP to enhance the identification of possible threats and to assist in securing the border and transportation security.
January 2017. Addendum Update May 2020.
- DHS/CBP-006 Automated Targeting System
|DHS/CBP/PIA-006(e) Automated Targeting System - January 2017 - Addendum Update May 2021||832.58 KB||05/05/2021|
|DHS/CBP/PIA-006(d) Automated Targeting System - September 2014||342.79 KB||09/16/2014|
|DHS/CBP/PIA-006(c) TSA/CBP Common Operating Picture Program - January 2014||277.83 KB||01/31/2014|
|DHS/CBP/PIA-006(b) Automated Targeting System (ATS) - June 2012||1.21 MB||06/01/2012|
|DHS/CBP/PIA-006(a) Automated Targeting System (ATS) - December 2008||225.45 KB||12/02/2008|
|DHS/CBP/PIA-006 Customs and Border Protection Automated Targeting System (ATS) - August 2007||538.15 KB||08/03/2007|
Last Published Date: May 6, 2021