Existing legislation governing maritime cargo transit and port security directly contradicts the goals of the efficient and secure movement of goods and the fostering of a resilient supply chain. Read More.
Ensuring the continuity of operations and swift recovery from natural and manmade disasters remains essential for ensuring a robust and resilient supply chain. Read More.
Since the establishment of the colonies, Americans have relied on the oceans and waterways for trade and transport. Whether on the high seas, in ports, or on inland bodies of water, the U.S. Navy and Coast Guard promote the free flow of goods, services, and information throughout the world by protecting America in the maritime domain.
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