Over the last three years, the innovative and disruptive start-up TTEK has built and delivered next-generation technologies for Customs and border management. Utilizing modern risk management principles, TTEK’s analytical solutions have established a unique ability to identify potential threats and flag highrisk people, goods, and conveyances for closer scrutiny or inspection; all the while simultaneously promoting the movement of pre-approved and/or low-risk trade…
TTEK is back in Haiti to provide risk management expertise for Customs. Following the development and preparation of content for the Targeting and Selectivity of high risk goods and passengers, TTEK is assisting USAID efforts with Nathan Associates to build capacity for border management using the principles of risk management.
We were in Washington DC May 24th to attend this important IDB workshop. The plan was to exchange and share knowledge on regional and extra-regional experiences, successes, and challenges facing border integration operations.
There was a healthy discussion to identify dimensions and context that can contribute towards an overall program for the development and implementation of integrated border operations, trade facilitation, and customs Modernization. TTEK makes a nice fit. We're very happy to be taking part and adding value.
Jan 30-Feb 3 TTEK is in Haiti to assist in delivering a workshop on customs risk management. Assisting USAID and Nathan Associates, TTEK is helping to add value by promoting risk management principles for border management, and systematic approaches for targeting and selectivity of high risk commercial shipments.
See below image of the Day 1 session being led by Nathan Asociates expert Steve Letourneau. Great job Steve!
We were so happy to be invited to this year's annual Caribbean Customs Law Enforcement Council's (CCLEC) Annual Conference. Today TTEK was asked to contribute to a workshop on "Customs Rightful Place and Role in the National Border and Security Architecture".
Facilitated by members from the Netherlands and Canada (by friends Steve Edgerton and Rob Van Kuik), a great discussion ensued from CCLEC representatives from Jamaica, Monseratt, Turks and Caicos, and the Cayman Islands and more. Great progress was made on multi-lateral interoperability.