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Office of State, Local and Tribal Liaison

The CBP State, Local and Tribal Liaison, headed by Robert A. Fencel, acting director, is responsible for advising the commissioner, deputy commissioner and program offices on the impact of CBP policies and initiatives with regard to state, local and tribal stakeholders.

To accomplish this mission, the liaison office strives to maintain open communication and build effective relationships with state, local and tribal governments. The office assists these stakeholders through regular, transparent and proactive communication by maintaining partnerships through active outreach.

State, local and tribal governmental issues regarding border security and trade facilitation can be referred to the State, Local and Tribal Liaison via: (202) 325-0775 or at: CBP-STATE-LOCAL-TRIBAL-LIAISON@cbp.dhs.gov.

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