Draft Environmental Assessment: Three Points Border Patrol Station Expansion, Pima County, Arizona (August 2023)
Draft Environmental Assessment: Communications Tower Replacement, Rio Grande Valley Sector, Falfurrias Station, Falfurrias, Texas
U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announces the availability of a Draft Environmental Assessment (EA) and Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) for the Communications Tower Replacement (TX13487) project.
WASHINGTON – U.S. Customs and Border Protection today announced the expansion of available appointments for noncitizens through the CBP One™ app to 1,450 per day, up from 1,250. This represents a nearly 50 percent increase from May 12 when CBP processed 1,000 appointments per day. Scheduling an appointment in CBP One™ continues to provide a safe, orderly, and humane process for noncitizens to access ports of entry, where CBP Officers receive advance information for screening and vetting and to determine admissibility on a case-by-case basis.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s (CBP) Office of Information and Technology (OIT) strives to provide the best services and tools to fulfill CBP’s multifaceted operations at the speed of the mission. Cloud computing is one such service that is transforming CBP’s ability to meet the needs of the public. OIT has prioritized Cloud computing since 2017, and the benefits are so impactful that the federal government has since mandated its use.
The protection of public information and records is of the utmost importance in the digital age. With the ever-increasing number of cyber threats, it is imperative that government agencies ensure the safety and security of data. U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) is committed to providing full transparency by dedicating resources to improve how public information and records are protected. The CBP Records and Information Management program ensures the public has access to information created, stored, shared, and utilized in support of the CBP mission.
Statement from Acting Commissioner Troy Miller on CBP’s Successful Fentanyl Interdiction Efforts During Operation Blue Lotus
WASHINGTON – U.S. Customs and Border Protection Acting Commissioner Troy A. Miller issued the following statement today on the results of a two-month Department of Homeland Security operation, ending on May 8, that targeted fentanyl smuggling along the southwest border of the U.S. and led to more than 100 arrests and the seizure of more than 4,700 pounds of fentanyl:
Border Barrier Remediation – San Diego and Imperial Counties, CA; Yuma County, AZ; Hidalgo and Luna Counties, NM – May 2023
CBP has proposed border barrier remediation projects in San Diego County, CA, Imperial County, CA, Yuma County, AZ, Hidalgo County, NM, and Luna County, NM. CBP is conducting environmental planning concerning the proposed projects, including planning and analysis pursuant to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).
The Office of Information and Technology Introduces Two New Blanket Purchasing Agreements - Enterprise Small Business And Enterprise Business Management Support Services 2.0
The Office of Information and Technology (OIT) is proud to announce two new contracting opportunities, including initiatives that support small businesses. We will award two new multiple-award Blanket Purchase Agreements (BPAs):