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Spotlights from the previous administrations are available in the Archive section of our website.

    • It is said that if you want a thing bad enough to go out and fight for it, to work day and night for it, to give up your time, your peace and sleep for it, that with the help of faith, hard work, and perseverance you’ll get it. Jay Bishop, an Army veteran and current Management and Program Analyst within the Office of Congressional Affairs (OCA) at U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) headquarters in Washington, DC, personifies this mantra magnificently. Bishop explains, “My path to participation in the VA’s Non-Paid Work Experience Program (NPWE) internship wasn’t my first…

    • CBP Secures Super Bowl | Spotlights

      Agency delivers massive security effort at Super Bowl LV during global pandemic.

       

      An Air and Marine Operations UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter and crew from Miami patrol the airspace over Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, in advance of Super Bowl LV. Photo by Jerry Glaser An Air and Marine Operations UH-60 Black Hawk
      helicopter and crew from Miami patrol the airspace
      over Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, in
      advance of Super Bowl…
    • Adam Sulewski was recently selected to the supervisory position of branch chief of the Trade Agreements Branch for the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USCMA) Center. USMCA replaced the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). He started his career path with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) spring of 2009, when he applied to the Presidential Management Fellows (PMF) Program and interviewed with CBP's Office of International Affairs.