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Automation of 368 and 1002 Receipts

Mobile Collections and Receipts Application for Automation of Maritime Processing Fees


As part of its Revenue Modernization (Rev Mod) program, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) automated its receipt process for maritime processing fees (Forms 368 Collections Receipts and 1002 Tonnage Tax Certificates). These changes enable CBP personnel to collect payment and issue eReceipts quickly and efficiently, while providing the Trade with the ability to receive and store receipts electronically.

The new automated application, titled Mobile Collections and Receipts (MCR), was initially piloted at five seaports of entry beginning in Spring 2017, and is being implemented in waves to 102 maritime ports, followed by additional ports when it is determined that MCR is best suited to meet a port’s collection needs.

What changed for the Vessel Entrance and Clearance process?

  • New 368 & 1002 electronic receipts for maritime processing fees are emailed to owners/operators and designated vessel agents.

  • Owners/operators and designated vessel agents are responsible for printing the emailed receipts for presentation at ports until all maritime ports have MCR for at least 13 months, to ensure adequate payment history is available electronically.

  • Officers can create draft receipts prior to boarding one or more vessels.

  • Officers can prepare and issue receipts offline when connectivity is not available.

  • Officers can view, access, and reassign draft receipts associated with their default port.

  • New class codes are continuously evaluated for addition and will eventually include non-maritime class codes.

  • Ability is being implemented to add additional class codes beyond vessel fees, to include broker fees; Traveler fees such as immigration and informal duty; and Fines, Penalties and Forfeitures (FP&F) fees. Please send requests to RevModServiceDesk@cbp.dhs.gov.


  • Release 1 thru 2.1 - Spring 2017 – last release date: New Orleans, Louisiana; Gulfport, Mississippi; Mobile, Alabama and Los Angeles/Long Beach, California

  • May 2019: Additional MCR functionality released to the five pilot ports

  • June 2019: Implemented at maritime ports in the New Orleans Field Office, Houston Field Office, and Baltimore port of entry

  • August 2019: Implemented at maritime ports in the Los Angeles Field Office, Portland Field Office, Seattle Field Office, and Sault Ste Marie port of entry

  • October 2019: Implemented at maritime ports in the Atlanta Field Office

  • November 2019: Implemented at maritime ports in the New York/Newark Field Office

  • December 2019: Implement at maritime ports in the Miami/Tampa Field Office

  • February 2020: Implement at maritime ports within the Baltimore Field Office

  • Q4 2020: Implement at maritime ports within the Portland Field Office (Alaska), the Boston Field Office, the Laredo Field Office, and the San Juan Field Office

Additional dates and locations to be shared soon!


Please email revmod@cbp.dhs.gov with any questions about MCR or requests for additional information or demos.

Last Modified: May 27, 2022