CBP Audit Surveys: What’s at Stake?
Webinar: 1 CCS Credit
U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Office of Regulatory Audit appears to be conducting more audit survey work with importers to more effectively utilize its resources. This concept has been around for years, focused primarily on intellectual property rights enforcement, and has more recently been rolled out to other review areas as well. And while it may sound like a great opportunity for importers to avoid a more intensive review, it could in fact result in a full-blown audit or other enforcement actions if the importer does not take it seriously. This webinar from a former senior Regulatory Audit official is designed to prepare you to undergo an audit survey or other CBP audit by showing you how to implement and maintain an effective import compliance program.
- Regulatory Audit’s mission, structure and legal authority to audit
- Regulatory Audit’s types of engagements and process for identifying and selecting audit candidates
- how audit surveys differ from audits, what they are designed to do, how they are conducted, and issues to be aware of
- consideration of prior disclosures in audit surveys
- common issues associated with statistical sampling within the context of prior disclosures
Daryl R. Moore is vice president of customs audits and partnership programs for Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A. Daryl has over 24 years of experience working in the audit environment, focusing on import compliance and internal controls, including 18 years working for U.S. Customs/CBP as an auditor, computer audit specialist, audit supervisor and field director. As the Houston field director for Regulatory Audit he had field oversight responsibilities for nearly 40 auditors in six offices and managed nearly every type of audit and non-audit service the organization performs. Earlier in his career with CBP he worked in several field offices throughout the country and spent time as an acting oversight director for Regulatory Audit in Washington, D.C. At ST&R, Daryl represents clients undergoing CBP audits, CBSA (Canadian) audits, prior disclosures and ISA application reviews and provides applicable training. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from George Fox University as well as a master’s degree in business administration from Portland State University.