Customs Audits 101: What to Expect
Webinar: 1 CCS Credit
U.S. Customs and Border Protection has long utilized the focused assessment as the primary tool to audit importers. In recent years, however, CBP has conducted more targeted issue-related audits and audit surveys and fewer FAs. Regardless of the type, however, these audits have a significant impact on your import department and what is required if your company is selected to participate. This webinar will discuss current CBP audit methods and what importers may expect.
- the mission of CBP Regulatory Audit
- the Customs Modernization Act: reasonable care, penalties, and prior disclosures
- a brief history of CBP audits
- the audit planning process and candidate risk factors to consider
- the audit process A to Z
- preparing for a CBP audit and consideration for internal controls
DARYL MOORE is the Vice President, Customs Audits and Partnership Programs for Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg, P.A., resident in the Washington, D.C. office. Mr. Moore has more than 25 years of experience working in the audit environment focusing on import compliance and internal controls. Working for ST&R, he represents clients undergoing customs audits in the U.S. and Canada, conducts “mock” audits for clients, consults with and performs quantification for clients involved in prior disclosures, assesses internal controls and assists clients with ISA application and provides applicable training.