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The Executive Order on Streamlining the Export/Import Process for America's Businesses, signed on February 19, 2014, directs the U.S. federal agencies with a role in trade to complete development of an electronic "Single Window" by December 2016.  The Automated Commercial Environment (ACE) is becoming that Single Window—the primary system through which the trade community will report imports and exports and the government will determine admissibility.

As the next mandatory date for the trade to transition to ACE approaches, is your company ready?  The next target date is set for November 1, 2015, and will include several key processes for entries and entry summaries.  Has your company already migrated to ACE or are you waiting for the November 1st deadline?  CBP and Census are also working on the transition of AES Direct to ACE.  Whether you are already using ACE or if you are working to prepare for the next deployment, you most likely have questions about what is next and how to maintain compliance with this new Single Window.

Join Integration Point and the ACE Business Office, Office of International Trade at US Customs & Border Protection on Thursday, July 9, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time to learn more about recent ACE deployments, what's next on the schedule, and how exports fit in with ACE.  The presenter will be Bill Delansky, Director, ACE Business Office, Office of International Trade, and he will not only provide attendees with information on ACE but also leave time at the end of the webcast to answer questions from the audience.

During the 60-minute webcast, attendees will hear about the following topics:

  • Upcoming ACE mandatory use dates
  • Current and future export processing enhancements in ACE, such as electronic export manifest processing for air, ocean, and rail modes
  • The transition of AES Direct to ACE

Register now for this free webcast!

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