FBC has launched three binational, multimodal working groups focused on the themes of end-to-end passenger experience, digital technology, and supply chains. The main objective for all the three working groups is to examine and evaluate different issues, to build public awareness and to provide recommendations to governments (both formally and informally). The makeup of all three working groups consists of both senior industry and government leaders and academics from both countries. The working groups have identified 3-4 priority areas and action items for 2023. These meetings are a confidential space for frank discussions with industry and government in U.S. and Canada. The Chatham house rule applies. If you would like to participate in any of the working groups, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
End-to-end passenger experience
Topics to be covered include Intermodal Coordination, Building Resilience Against Disruption, Trusted Traveller and Preclearance.
Border Technology for travel and trade
Topics to be covered include Digital ID and Privacy, Aligning Passenger Screening Technology, and Trusted Traveller and Preclearance.
Supply chains and corridors
Topics to be covered include Border Modernization for Supply Chains, Single Window/Trusted Trader Programs, Border Workforce, Automation and Remote Screening, AI/IOT, and Data Reporting.