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Reimbursable Services Program

2022 Selectees 

In June 2022, CBP announced that the following stakeholders had been tentatively selected for partnerships from the first evaluation group of 2022.

In the air environment:

  • Air Canada (Philadelphia International Airport; Washington Dulles International Airport; Boston Logan International Airport; Buffalo Niagara International Airport; Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport; Los Angeles International Airport; John F. Kennedy International Airport; Newark Liberty International Airport; Denver International Airport; Oakland International Airport; King County International Airport - Boeing Field; and Seattle–Tacoma International Airport);
  • Allegiant Air (Nashville International Airport);
  • DDMR LLC (St. Pete–Clearwater International Airport);
  • Firefly Entertainment, Inc. (Bangor International Airport; Los Angeles International Airport; Nashville International Airport; and Tampa International Airport);
  • Flight Pro International, LLC (Washington Dulles International Airport; Bangor International Airport; George Bush Intercontinental Airport; Los Angeles International Airport; Birmingham–Shuttlesworth International Airport; Teterboro Airport; Denver International Airport; Brown Field Municipal Airport; and King County International Airport - Boeing Field);
  • Frontier Airlines, Inc. (Raleigh–Durham International Airport; Buffalo Niagara International Airport; Kansas City International Airport; and St. Louis Lambert International Airport);
  • Gate 301 Miami, Inc. (Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport);
  • MMR Constructors, Inc (Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport);
  • Nashville Hanger, LLC (Nashville International Airport);
  • Steelcase, Inc. (Gerald R. Ford International Airport);
  • Swift Air LLC dba iAero Airways (Raleigh–Durham International Airport; Boston Logan International Airport; Buffalo Niagara International Airport; Chicago O'Hare International Airport; John Glenn Columbus International Airport; Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport; William P. Hobby Airport; Nashville International Airport; Newark Liberty International Airport; Republic Airport; and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport); and
  • Unifi Aviation, LLC (Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport).

In the land environment:

  • TPI Composites, Inc. (Santa Teresa, NM).

In the sea environment:

  • Atlantic Ship Agencies Inc. (Savannah, GA; Philadelphia, PA; Miami, FL; and Port of New York and New Jersey);
  • Chalmette Refining Co., LLC (New Orleans, LA);
  • Delaware City Refining Co., LLC (Wilmington, DE);
  • Husky Terminal (Tacoma, WA);
  • Martinez Refining Co., LLC (San Francisco, CA);
  • New Orleans Terminal, LLC (New Orleans, LA);
  • Paulsboro Refining Co., LLC (Philadelphia, PA);
  • Ports America Louisiana, LLC (New Orleans, LA);
  • Texas Marine Agency, Inc (Lake Charles, LA); and
  • Torrance Refining Co., LLC (Los Angeles / Long Beach, CA).

2021 Selectees 

On March 3, 2022, CBP announced that the following stakeholders had been tentatively selected for partnerships from the third evaluation group of 2021.

In the air environment:

  • Bombardier Aerospace Corporation (Bradley International Airport);
  • Chennault International Airport Authority (Chennault International Airport);
  • CIP Construction Company (Piedmont Triad International Airport);
  • Columbia Metropolitan Airport (Columbia Metropolitan Airport);
  • Columbus Regional Airport Authority (John Glenn Columbus International Airport; and Rickenbacker International Airport);
  • Elite Air, Inc. (St. Pete–Clearwater International Airport; and Tampa International Airport);
  • Flexjet LLC (Bangor International Airport; Midway International Airport; Oakland County International Airport; Miami International Airport; Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport; Palm Beach International Airport; Republic Airport; Teterboro Airport; Westchester County Airport; Brown Field Municipal Airport; Salt Lake City International Airport; San Francisco International Airport; Orlando Sanford International Airport; Tampa International Airport; and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport);
  • International Bonded Couriers, Inc. (Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport);
  • Jabil Inc. (St. Pete–Clearwater International Airport);
  • JPMorgan Chase & Co. (Westchester County Airport);
  • Kalitta Air LLC (Newark Liberty International Airport); and
  • Signature Flight Support - Grand Rapids (Gerald R. Ford International Airport).

In the sea environment:

  • King Ocean Services Limited (Port Everglades, FL); and
  • Pasha Stevedoring & Terminals L.P. (Longview, WA; San Diego, CA; and Aberdeen, WA).

In the air and sea environment:

  • Viking Cruises USA Ltd C/O Viking Cruises (Cleveland, OH; Duluth, MN; Duluth International Airport; Detroit, MI; and Sault Ste. Marie, MI).

On November 1, 2021, CBP announced that the following stakeholders had been tentatively selected for partnerships from the second evaluation group of 2021.

In the air:

  • 3M (Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport; and St. Paul Downtown Airport);
  • Carrier Corporation (Bangor International Airport; Palm Beach International Airport; and Teterboro Airport);
  • Franklin Mountain Management, LLC (Doña Ana County International Jetport);
  • Honeywell International, Inc. (Charlotte Douglas International Airport; DeKalb–Peachtree Airport; Helena Regional Airport; and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport);
  • Icelandair (Seattle–Tacoma International Airport);
  • Madison Square Garden Entertainment, LLC DBA MSG Aviation (Bangor International Airport; Burlington International Airport; Palm Beach International Airport; Republic Airport; and Teterboro Airport);
  • Northern Jet Management (Gerald R. Ford International Airport);
  • Omni Air International LLC (George Bush Intercontinental Airport);
  • Samaritan’s Purse (Piedmont Triad International Airport); and
  • Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. (Charleston International Airport; Bangor International Airport; Bradley International Airport; Louisville International Airport; Austin–Bergstrom International Airport; Will Rogers World Airport; Los Angeles International Airport; Treasure Coast International Airport; Francis S. Gabreski Airport; Long Island MacArthur Airport; Republic Airport; Teterboro Airport; Reno–Tahoe International Airport; Salt Lake City International Airport; and Tampa International Airport).

In the sea environment:

  • Calcean Minerals and Materials, LLC (Baltimore, MD);
  • International Warehouse Services, Inc. (Port Everglades, FL); and
  • Port of Everett (Everett, WA).

On May 17, 2021, CBP announced that the following stakeholders had been tentatively selected for partnerships from the first evaluation group of 2021.

In the air and land environment:

  • Aptiv Corporation (Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport; Cleveland Hopkins International Airport; Kansas City International Airport; Louisville International Airport; McAllen Miller International Airport; Brownsville, TX; Hidalgo, TX; and Progreso, TX).

In the air environment:

  • Atlantic Aviation - Reno (Reno–Tahoe International Airport).

In the land environment:

  • New Brunswick Southern Railway Company Limited (Vanceboro, ME).

2020 Selectees 

On March 31, 2021, CBP announced that the following stakeholders had been tentatively selected for partnerships from the third evaluation group of 2020.

In the air environment:

  • Alaska Air Group (Seattle–Tacoma International Airport);
  • Alticor Inc. (Gerald R. Ford International Airport);
  • Avflight Corporation (Gerald R. Ford International Airport);
  • Cambridge Flight Support, LLC (Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport; and St. Paul Downtown Airport);
  • Cargill (Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport; and St. Paul Downtown Airport);
  • City of Monroe (Charlotte–Monroe Executive Airport);
  • Medtronic (Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport; and St. Paul Downtown Airport);
  • Midwest Aero Club LLC dba Best Jets International (Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport; and St. Paul Downtown Airport);
  • Target Corporation (Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport; and St. Paul Downtown Airport); and
  • UnitedHealth Group (Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport; and St. Paul Downtown Airport).

In the land environment:

  • Plantronics, Inc. (Otay Mesa, CA).

On November 4, 2020, CBP announced that the following stakeholders had been tentatively selected for partnerships from the first and second evaluation groups of 2020.

In the air environment:

  • Air Ambulance Worldwide (St. Pete–Clearwater International Airport);
  • City of San Antonio Aviation (San Antonio International Airport);
  • Classic Services Inc, LLC (Philadelphia International Airport);
  • Dumont Aircraft Charter, LLC dba Dumont Jets (Wilmington Airport, DE);
  • Hawthorne Global Aviation Services (Cobb County International Airport);
  • Phillips 66 (George Bush Intercontinental Airport);
  • Prior Aviation Service Inc. (Buffalo Niagara International Airport);
  • Savannah Airport Commission (Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport);
  • Singapore Airlines Limited (Seattle-Tacoma International Airport);
  • Sun Country, Inc. DBA Sun Country Airlines (Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport);
  • Virgin Atlantic Airways (Seattle-Tacoma International Airport); and
  • Waste Connections, Inc. (George Bush Intercontinental Airport).

In the land environment:

  • Santa Teresa International Export/Import Livestock Crossing (Santa Teresa, NM).

In the sea environment:

  • Georgia Ports Authority (Savannah, GA); and
  • H & M International Transportation, Inc. (Port of New York and New Jersey).

2019 Selectees 

On March 31, 2020, CBP announced that the following stakeholders have been tentatively selected for partnerships from the third evaluation group of 2019.

In the air environment:

  • Blue City Holdings LLC (Teterboro Airport; and San Francisco International Airport);
  • Citigroup Inc. (Westchester County Airport);
  • ConocoPhillips Corporation (George Bush Intercontinental Airport);
  • Franklin Templeton Travel, Inc. (Palm Beach International Airport; Portland International Airport; Sacramento International Airport; and San Francisco International Airport);
  • GECAS Materials (Greenwood Leflore Airport);
  • Jet Linx Aviation, LLC (Dekalb-Peachtree Airport; Washington Dulles International Airport; Bangor International Airport; Eppley Airfield; St. Louis Lambert International Airport; Austin-Bergstrom International Airport; San Antonio International Airport; Tulsa International Airport; William P. Hobby Airport; Palm Beach International Airport; Nashville International Airport; Teterboro Airport; and Westchester County Airport);
  • Qantas Airways Limited (Chicago O'Hare International Airport; Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport; Los Angeles International Airport; and Daniel K. Inouye International Airport); and
  • Standard Aviation LLC (Cyril E. King International Airport).

In the land environment:

  • FedEx Ground (Port Huron, MI).

In the sea environment:

  • Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. (Long Beach, CA; Miami, FL; and Port Canaveral, FL).

On September 6, 2019, CBP announced that the following stakeholders had been tentatively selected for partnerships from the second evaluation group of 2019.  

In the air environment:

  • 26 North Aviation, Inc. dba Skystream Jet (Lehigh Valley International Airport);
  • Aerovias de Mexico S.A. de C.V. dba AeroMexico (Seattle-Tacoma International Airport);
  • Jet Aviation Flight Services, Inc. (Austin Bergstrom International Airport);
  • JFK International Air Terminal LLC (John F. Kennedy International Airport);
  • Midland Financial Co. (Will Rogers World Airport; and Wiley Post Airport);
  • NetJets Aviation, Inc. (Palm Beach International Airport; Oakland County International Airport; Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport; Westchester County Airport; Midway International Airport; Teterboro Airport; Republic Airport; Bangor International Airport; and Van Nuys Airport);
  • Noble Energy Inc. (George Bush Intercontinental Airport); and
  • Qatar Airways (Pittsburgh International Airport).

In the air and sea environment:

  • Advance Customs Brokers and Consulting, LLC (Los Angeles International Airport; Miami International Airport; Newark Liberty International Airport; John F. Kennedy International Airport; Orlando International Airport; Savannah, GA; Philadelphia, PA; Port of Hueneme, CA; Miami, FL; Port Everglades, FL; Port of New York and New Jersey; Port Manatee, FL; and Tampa, FL).

In the sea environment:

  • A.R. Savage and Son (Tampa, FL; and Port Manatee, FL); and
  • Manatee County Port Authority (Port Manatee, FL).

On May 30, 2019, CBP announced that the following stakeholders had been tentatively selected for partnerships from the first evaluation group of 2019.  

In the air environment:

  • Arlet Aviation, LLC (Jose Aponte de la Torre Airport);
  • Atlantic Aviation (Salt Lake City International Airport );
  • Buffalo Niagara International Airport (Buffalo Niagara International Airport);
  • City of Albuquerque (Albuquerque International Sunport);
  • Dassault Falcon Jet - Wilmington Corp (Wilmington Airport);
  • Kansas City Aviation Department (Kansas City International Airport);
  • Lehigh Valley Aviation Services (Lehigh Valley International Airport);
  • Truman Arnold Companies dba TAC Air (Bradley International Airport; Eppley Airfield; Spirit of St. Louis Airport; Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport; Clinton National Airport; Shreveport Regional Airport; McGhee Tyson Airport; Centennial Airport; and Salt Lake City International Airport); and
  • Visa USA Inc. (Westchester County Airport; Oakland International Airport).

In the air and sea environment:

  • The Boeing Company (Paine Field; Everett, WA).

In the sea environment:

  • Ellice Recycle Ltd (Seattle, WA);
  • Matson Navigation Company, Inc. (Long Beach, CA);
  • Matson Terminals Inc. (Honolulu, HI); and
  • The Belt's Corporation (Baltimore, MD).

2018 Selectees 

On February 27, 2019, CBP announced that the following stakeholders had been tentatively selected for partnerships from the third evaluation group of 2018.  

In the air environment:

  • Charleston International Airport;
  • Chevron U.S.A. Inc. (Oakland International Airport);
  • Executive Jet Management (Wilmington Airport, DE; Lehigh Valley International Airport; Bangor International Airport; Boca Raton Airport; Teterboro Airport; Republic Airport);
  • Maryland Department of Transportation - Maryland Aviation Administration (Martin State Airport);
  • Select Management Resources, LLC (DeKalb-Peachtree Airport); and
  • The Private Suite (John F. Kennedy International Airport; Los Angeles International Airport; Miami International Airport; Newark Liberty International Airport).

In the sea environment:

  • ACGI Shipping LLC (Los Angeles / Long Beach, CA);
  • Delaware River Stevedores (Philadelphia, PA);
  • GAC North America, Shipping (Los Angeles / Long Beach, CA);
  • Norton Lilly International Agency (Los Angeles / Long Beach, CA);
  • Port Freeport (Freeport, TX);
  • Sol Group Marketing (Philadelphia, PA); and
  • The Port of New Orleans (New Orleans, LA).

On October 2, 2018, CBP announced that the following stakeholders had been tentatively selected for partnerships from the second evaluation group of 2018.

In the air environment:

  • ALIA the Royal Jordanian Airline PLC (Detroit Metropolitan Airport);
  • City of Austin (Austin Bergstrom International Airport);
  • Golden Harvest Alaska Seafood, LLC (Adak Airport);
  • Greater Rockford Airport Authority (Rockford Airport);
  • Louisville Regional Airport Authority (Louisville International Airport);
  • Million Air (San Juan, PR);
  • South Bend International Airport (South Bend International Airport);
  • Travelers Indemnity Company (Bradley International Airport);
  • United Parcel Service (Louisville International Airport); and
  • World Heir, Inc. (Fulton County Airport).

In the land environment:

  • City of Brownsville (Brownsville, TX); and
  • South Texas Assets Consortium (Hidalgo, TX; Rio Grande City, TX).

In the sea environment:

  • FRS-Caribbean (Miami, FL);
  • Luis Ayala Colon, Sucrs, Inc. (San Juan, PR);
  • Maher Terminals LLC (Port of New York and New Jersey);
  • Mid-Atlantic Shipping and Stevedoring, Inc. (Salem, NJ); and
  • Port Newark Container Terminal, LLC (Port of New York and New Jersey).

On June 15, 2018, CBP announced that the following stakeholders had been tentatively selected for partnerships from the first evaluation group of 2018.

In the air environment:

  • AMB Group, LLC (Fulton County Airport);
  • COX Enterprises, Inc. (Fulton County Airport);
  • DEC, LLC (Fulton County Airport);
  • DuPont (Wilmington Airport, DE);
  • Enterprises Aviation LLC (Fulton County Airport);
  • Halliburton Energy Services, Inc. (George Bush Intercontinental Airport);
  • Institute of Nuclear Power Operations (Fulton County Airport);
  • Printpack (Fulton County Airport);
  • San Diego County Regional Airport Authority (San Diego International Airport);
  • The City of St. Louis, MO (St. Louis Lambert International Airport);
  • The Coca-Cola Company (Fulton County Airport);
  • The Home Depot (Fulton County Airport);
  • Turner Enterprises, Inc. (Fulton County Airport); and
  • Western Aviation Service, Corp. (Rafael Hernández Airport).

In the air and sea environment:

  • Host Agency (New Orleans, LA; Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport; Gramercy, LA; Baton Rouge, LA; ); and
  • T. H. Weiss Inc. (John F. Kennedy Airport; Newark-Liberty International Airport; Port of New York and New Jersey; Washington Dulles International Airport; Philadelphia International Airport; Boston Logan International Airport).

In the sea environment:

  • APL Limited (Honolulu, HI);
  • Jacksonville Port Authority (Jacksonville, FL);
  • Pérez y Cía. De Puerto Rico, Inc. (Aguadilla, PR; Fajardo, PR; Mayaguez, PR; Ponce, PR; San Juan, PR); and
  • World Direct Shipping (Port of Pensacola).

2017 Selectees 

On March 15, 2018, CBP announced that the following stakeholders had been tentatively selected for partnerships from the third evaluation group of 2017.

 

In the air environment:

  • Aero Ways, Inc. dba flyADVANCED Jet (Wilmington Airport, DE);
  • Atlantic Aviation ILG (Wilmington Airport, DE);
  • Aviation Advantage, Inc. (Detroit Metropolitan Airport);
  • Casper/Natron County International Airport
  • East Coast Jets, Inc. (Lehigh Valley International Airport);
  • Lufthansa Cargo (Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport);
  • Maryland Department of Transportation-Maryland Aviation Administration (Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport);
  • Pinellas County, Florida (St. Pete–Clearwater International Airport);
  • Port of Portland (Portland International Airport); and
  • Wayne County Airport Authority (Detroit Metropolitan Airport).

In the air and sea environment:

  • Commonwealth Ports Authority (Saipan, CNMI).

In the sea environment:

  • Balearia Caribbean (Port Everglades, FL);
  • Continental Shipping Inc. (San Juan, PR);
  • Delaware Avenue Enterprises (Philadelphia, PA);
  • Everport Terminal Services (Los Angeles, CA);
  • Gulf Harbor Shipping, LLC:
    • New Orleans, LA;
    • Gramercy, LA;
    • Baton Rouge, LA;
    • Ponce, PR;
    • San Juan, PR;
  • Holland America Group (Port of Miami, FL; Port Everglades, FL);
  • Nicholson Terminal & Dock Company (Detroit, MI);
  • Port of Monroe (Monroe Seaport);
  • Royal Caribbean Cruises, LTD:
    • Port of New York and New Jersey;
    • Port Canaveral, FL;
    • Tampa, FL;
    • Port of Baltimore;
    • Boston, MA;
    • Galveston, TX;
    • Honolulu, HI;
    • Port of Miami, FL;
    • Port Everglades, FL;
    • New Orleans, LA;
    • San Diego, CA;
    • Long Beach, CA;
    • Seattle, WA; and
  • Washington United Terminals, Inc. (Tacoma, WA).

On October 31, 2017, CBP announced that the following stakeholders had been tentatively selected for partnerships from the second evaluation group of 2017.

 

In the air environment:

  • Air Products & Chemicals (Lehigh Valley International Airport);
  • Airport Aviation Services, Inc. (Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport);
  • ALOFT AeroArchitects (Delaware Coastal Airport);
  • Black Falcon, LLC (Austin–Bergstrom International Airport);
  • Compania Panamena de Aviacion [Copa Airlines] (Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport);
  • Dynamic International Airways (Saipan International Airport);
  • Georgetown Air Services, LLC (Delaware Coastal Airport);
  • J4V, LLC (Lehigh Valley International Airport);
  • Miami Air International:
    • Baltimore–Washington International Airport;
    • Charlotte Douglas International Airport;
    • Denver International Airport;
    • Detroit Metropolitan Airport;
    • George Bush Intercontinental Airport;
    • Indianapolis International Airport;
    • Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport;
    • McCarran International Airport;
    • Newark Liberty International Airport;
    • Orlando International Airport;
    • Philadelphia International Airport;
    • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport;
    • Pittsburgh International Airport;
    • St. Louis Lambert International Airport;
    • Tampa International Airport;
  • MRTV, LLC (Lehigh Valley International Airport);
  • Port of Seattle (Seattle–Tacoma International Airport);
  • Sanford Airport Authority (Orlando Sanford International Airport);
  • South Jersey Transportation Authority (Atlantic City International Airport);
  • State of Hawaii Department of Transportation (Kona International Airport);
  • The Hershey Company (Harrisburg International Airport);
  • TJ3 Air, LLC (Lehigh Valley International Airport); and
  • WNShipping USA Inc. (Rickenbacker International Airport).

In the air and sea environment:

  • 721 Logistics LLC:
    • John F. Kennedy International Airport;
    • Miami Seaport;
    • Miami International Airport;
    • Port of New York/New Jersey;
    • Newark Liberty International Airport;
    • Philadelphia Seaport;
    • Port Everglades;
    • Savannah, GA;
  • Maritime Endeavors Shipping Co., Ltd.:
    • Gramercy, LA;
    • Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport;
    • New Orleans, LA;
  • Port of Skagit:
    • La Conner Marina; and
    • Skagit Regional Airport.

In the land environment:

  • BNSF Railway Company (Sumas, WA).

In the sea environment:

  • Chiquita Brands International Inc. (Hueneme, CA);
  • Crowley Latin America (Gulfport, MS);
  • Inchcape Shipping Services:
    • Fajardo, PR;
    • Mayaguez, PR;
    • Ponce, PR;
    • San Juan, PR;
  • Maryland Department of Transportation-Maryland Port Administration (Baltimore, MD);
  • Pierce County Terminal (Seattle, WA);
  • Port Tampa Bay (Tampa, FL);
  • Ports America Chesapeake, LLC (Baltimore, MD);
  • South Carolina Ports Authority (Charleston, SC);
  • SSA Marine, Inc.:
    • Long Beach, CA;
    • Oakland, CA;
    • Seattle, WA; and
    • Tacoma, WA.

CBP opened its application period indefinitely on February 1, 2017, with three reviews annually beginning in March, July and November.

A detailed description of the Reimbursable Services Program and guidance for submitting a letter of application during future open periods are linked above.

On May 31, 2017, CBP announced that the following stakeholders had been tentatively selected for partnerships from the first evaluation group of 2017.

In the air environment:

  • Atlantic Aviation (Pittsburgh International Airport);
  • Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport);
  • Connecticut Airport Authority (Bradley International Airport);
  • Delta Air Lines, Inc.:
    • Baltimore–Washington International Airport;
    • Birmingham–Shuttlesworth International Airport;
    • Charleston Airport;
    • Charlotte Airport;
    • Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport;
    • Greenville–Spartanburg International Airport;
    • Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport;
    • Huntsville International Airport;
    • Jacksonville International Airport;
    • Memphis International Airport;
    • Nashville International Airport;
    • Orlando International Airport;
    • Raleigh–Durham International Airport; and
    • Washington Dulles International Airport.
  • Donjon Marine Co., Inc (Lehigh Valley International Airport);
  • Imperial Pacific International (CNMI), LLC (Saipan International Airport);
  • Lee County Port Authority (Southwest Florida International Airport);
  • Paine Field / Snohomish County Airport (Paine Field / Snohomish County Airport);
  • PAZOS FBO Services (Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport);
  • Port Authority of New York & New Jersey (Stewart International Airport);
  • Raleigh-Durham Airport Authority (Raleigh-Durham International Airport);
  • Reno-Tahoe Airport Authority (Reno-Tahoe International Airport);
  • Rhode Island Airport Corporation (T. F. Green Airport);
  • Sarasota Manatee Airport Authority (Sarasota–Bradenton International Airport);
  • Solairus Aviation (Austin–Bergstrom International Airport);
  • Terminal One Management, Inc. (John F. Kennedy International Airport); and
  • United Airlines (Newark Liberty International Airport).

In the air and sea environment:

  • Prime Air Corp (Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport; San Juan Seaport).

In the land environment:

  • Pacific Device Inc. (San Diego, CA).

In the sea environment:

  • APM Terminal Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA);
  • California Cartage Company (Los Angeles, CA);
  • California United Terminals, Inc. (Los Angeles, CA);
  • Chiquita Brands International Inc. (Gulfport, MS);
  • Eagle Marine Services, Ltd (Los Angeles, CA);
  • FCL Logistics, LTD (Los Angeles, CA);
  • International Transportation Services, Inc. (Long Beach, CA);
  • Long Beach Container Terminal LLC (Long Beach, CA);
  • North Carolina State Ports Authority (Wilmington, NC);
  • Port of Hueneme/Oxnard Harbor District (Hueneme, CA);
  • Price Transfer, Inc.:
    • Long Beach, CA; and
    • Los Angeles, CA;
  • Total Terminals International, LLC:
    • Long Beach, CA; and
    • Seattle, WA;
  • TraPac, LLC (Los Angeles, CA);
  • West Basin Container Terminal (Los Angeles, CA); and
  • Yusen Terminal LLC (Los Angeles, CA).

CBP opened its application period indefinitely on February 1, 2017, with three reviews annually beginning in March, July and November.

A detailed description of the Reimbursable Services Program and guidance for submitting a letter of application during future open periods are linked above.

2016 Selectees 

On June 23rd, CBP announced 29 tentative selections for new reimbursable services agreements through the Reimbursable Services Program to promote economic growth in cross-border trade and travel across the country.

These public-private partnerships in Arizona, California, Delaware, Florida, Guam, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Mississippi, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Texas, and Washington will allow approved private sector and state and local government entities to reimburse CBP for expanded services for incoming commercial and cargo traffic and international traveler arrivals.

The entities tentatively selected for these partnerships are:

In the air environment:

  • A.B. Won Pat Guam International Airport;
  • City of Charlotte Aviation Department (Charlotte Douglas International Airport);
  • Copeca Jet Center (Rafael Hernandez Airport);
  • Greenville-Spartanburg Airport District (Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport);
  • Hawaii Department of Transportation (Honolulu International Airport);
  • Jacksonville Aviation Authority (Jacksonville International Airport);
  • Massachusetts Port Authority (Boston Logan International Airport); 
  • Port of Oakland (Oakland International Airport);
  • San Jose International Airport; and
  • United Parcel Service (Spokane International Airport).

In the land environment:

  • New Mexico Economic Development Department (Santa Teresa, NM);
  • Presidio International Port Authority (Presidio, TX);
  • Southwest Arizona Port Users Association (San Luis II, AZ); and
  • Toyota Motor Manufacturing (Otay Mesa, CA).

In the sea environment:

  • Dole Fresh Fruit Company:
    • Freeport, TX;
    • Gulfport, MS;
    • Port Everglades, FL;
    • San Diego, CA; and
    • Wilmington, DE.
  • East Coast Warehouse CES (Port of New York and New Jersey);
  • Global Container Terminals USA (Port of New York and New Jersey);
  • Gulftainer USA LLC (Cape Canaveral, FL);
  • Kamino Air Import Corp. (Port of New York and New Jersey);
  • Linea Peninsular, Inc. (Panama City, FL);
  • Panama City Port Authority (Panama City, FL);
  • Port of Galveston (Galveston, TX);
  • Port of Oakland (Oakland, CA);
  • Red Hook Container Terminal (Port of New York and New Jersey); and
  • Salson Logistics (Port of New York and New Jersey).

The proposals were evaluated utilizing a rigorous, multi-layered process to ensure compatibility with CBP’s mission priorities.

The next open period for application submission is tentatively scheduled to begin on February 1, 2017. A detailed description of the Reimbursable Services Program and guidance for submitting a letter of application during future open periods are linked above. 

Open Period Announcements

On February 1, 2017, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced the 2017 open period for submitting applications under the Reimbursable Services Program. In an expansion from previous years, the submission period will remain open indefinitely, with three evaluation windows annually. All applications received between February 1, 2017 and February 28, 2017 will be included in the evaluation process beginning March 2017, with subsequent evaluations beginning in July and November, as described in the table below.

 

Application Received Between the following Dates

Evaluation Begins

February 1, 2017

-

February 28, 2017

March 2017

March 1, 2017

-

June 30, 2017

July 2017

July 1, 2017

-

October 31, 2017

November 2017

November 1, 2017

-

February 28, 2018

March 2018

 

A detailed description of the Reimbursable Services Program and guidance for submitting a letter of application are linked above. 

Interested parties may submit letters of application electronically to CBP by emailing them to RSP@cbp.dhs.gov.

Submit Application

Information Sharing Opportunities

A potential applicant may submit questions regarding the Reimbursable Services Program and application process electronically to CBP by emailing RSP@cbp.dhs.gov.

HTML button called Submit a Question, click on it and email box will pop up that allows you to submit question

Please note that to promote a fair and equitable application submission and evaluation process, CBP will respond only to questions submitted online relating to the overall Reimbursable Services Program and will not be able to address specifics related to individual applications. While CBP will make every effort to address all questions, depending on the number and nature of questions submitted, this may not be possible.

Expansion of Program Authority

The Cross-Border Trade Enhancement Act, 2016, signed into law on December 16, 2016, amending the Homeland Security Act, 2002, expands CBP’s public-private partnership authority by:  

  • Making CBP’s ability to enter into Reimbursable Service Agreements permanent;
  • Removing the annual limit on the number of agreements at air ports of entry;
  • Permitting for agreements at any facility in which CBP provides, or will provide services;
  • Allowing small air ports of entry with fewer than 100,000 international passenger arrivals annually to offset CBP for the salaries and expenses of up to five full-time officers; and
  • Authorizing the Commissioner to enter into an agreement for either reimbursed payment or advanced payment.
  • Last Modified: August 19, 2022