The State Department has announced that on April 14 it issued a presidential permit allowing the General Services Administration to replace, expand, operate and maintain the existing Columbus land port of entry in Columbus, N.M. Among other things, this permit requires GSA to reach an agreement with U. S. Customs and Border Protection on the provision of suitable facilities for CBP officers to perform their duties. Such facilities must meet the latest CBP design standards and operational requirements, including inspection and office space, CBP personnel parking and restrooms, an access road, kennels, and other operationally required components.

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