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Don’t Miss Out – Our Annual CBP-led ACE Reporting Demonstrations for Export/Import are Scheduled this November!

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Led by Carlos R. Rodriguez from the Office of Trade at U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), our 2-hour virtual “ACE Reporting Demonstration for Export” and “ACE Reporting Demonstration for Import” courses provide you with the skills and knowledge to navigate and take advantage of the ACE Reports tool.

Objectives for both demonstrations include:

  • Reviewing the ACE Reports and training materials on CBP.gov
  • Learning about CBP’s new data initiative
  • Reviewing “Preferences” prior to running ACE Reports
  • Learning how to modify existing reports by adding additional data objects and/or filters
  • Reviewing additional ACE Reports capabilities such as scheduling, sharing, and sending reports to other users in ACE

The export session also covers how to run canned AES-201 Filer Transactions Reports, while the import session focuses on running canned Cargo Release, Entry Summary, and other post release reports.


Since these training opportunities are only available once per calendar year, registration is now open for the export session only, the import session only, or both sessions together (over a two-day period, at a discounted price). The National Customs Brokers & Forwarders Association of America, Inc. (NCBFAA) also grants 2.5 CCS/MCS per course – simply provide your CCS, CES, or MES ID number when registering to receive these credits.


As CBP continues its modernization of the ACE Secure Data Portal over multiple phases this year, these training opportunities are more critical than ever to stay informed. Click here for additional detail, and be sure to reserve your spot(s) today!


Note: As part of CBP’s ACE Portal Modernization initiative, a new URL – https://ace.cbp.gov is now available for logging in to the modernized ACE Secure Data Portal. Once logged in, you can access the legacy ACE Portal (and other features that have not yet transferred to the modernized portal), via a button in the “references” tab.



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