Three startups, mesur.io, Neoflow, and Transmute, have successfully completed real-time testing with U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP), enabling CBP to integrate their supply chain data with existing data in the CBP Automated Commercial Environment. The startups were awarded under the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Silicon Valley Innovation Program's "Preventing Forgery & Counterfeiting of Certificates and Licenses" topic call. The testing demonstrated the maturity of the standards and the startups' commercial readiness, supporting CBP's trade modernization efforts. The startups focused on agriculture and food safety, oil and natural gas, and steel and e-commerce, respectively.
Frequently Asked Questions
DHS Supply Chain Traceability Startups Successfully Complete
Q: What is DHS Supply Chain Traceability?
A: DHS Supply Chain Traceability is a program aimed at enhancing the security and visibility of supply chains in the United States.
Q: Which startups have successfully completed the DHS Supply Chain Traceability program?
A: Unfortunately, we couldn't find specific information on startups that have successfully completed the program. For more details, it is recommended to refer to the official sources or contact the DHS directly.
Q: What are the objectives of the DHS Supply Chain Traceability program?
A: The DHS Supply Chain Traceability program aims to improve the ability to track and trace goods, reduce the risk of counterfeit products, and enhance national security.