Protecting our borders from the illegal movement of weapons, drugs, contraband, and people, while promoting lawful trade and travel, is essential to homeland security, economic prosperity, and national sovereignty.
The Private Sector Resources Catalog, originally released in May 2010, centralizes access to all DHS resources targeted for the private sector including small and large businesses, academia, trade associations, and other non-governmental organizations.
The United States-Canada Joint Border Threat and Risk Assessment will provide U.S. and Canadian policymakers, resource planners, and other law enforcement officials with a strategic overview of significant threats along the 5,525-mile/8,891-km international boundary between the United States and Canada.
The Small Vessel Security Strategy Implementation Plan is designed to manage risks associated with the potential exploitation of small vessels by terrorists in America’s maritime - its ports, shores and waterways.
Supporting Documentation (Former U.S. Customs Service) for the Categorical Exclusions Detailed Administrative Record
Environmental Assessments and Findings of No Significant Impact from the former U.S. Customs Service for the proposed categorical exclusions contained in the draft Management Directive 5100.1, Environmental Planning Program.