Today’s compliance leaders must integrate self-testing programs into their export and import processes. A self-testing program is the basis of the Importer Self-Assessment (ISA) and is an excellent tool for firms not participating in ISA.
Self-testing programs begin with a risk model specific to the firm and may mitigate penalties from Customs and Border Protection (CBP) when properly implemented and updated.
What constitutes a great self-testing program? What do you do when your results are less than stellar? Join Amber Road's Global Trade Academy for a detailed look at the self-testing program, how to develop and manage it, and how to handle post entry corrections (PSC), prior disclosures (PD), or voluntary disclosures (VD).
During our upcoming webinar, Handling PSC, PD or Voluntary Disclosures as Part of Your Self-Testing Plan on Tuesday, February 28th at 2:00 PM EST, Suzanne Richer, Director of Amber Road's Global Trade Academy, will discuss:
- A risk model as a basis of self-testing
- What to do when your results are less than stellar
- Reporting to CBP: What's the best path?
- Self-testing requirements
Join us to learn how to develop and manage a self-testing program!
This post was published on February 16, 2017 and updated on February 16, 2017.