You are about to access a Department of Homeland Security computer system.
This computer system and data therein are property of the U.S. Government and provided for official U.S. Government information and use.
There is no expectation of privacy when you use this computer system.
The use of a password or any other security measure does not establish an expectation of privacy.
By using this system, you consent to the terms set forth in this notice.
You may not process classified national security information on this computer system.
Access to this system is restricted to authorized users only.
Unauthorized access, use, or modification of this system or of data contained herein, or in transit to/from this system,
may constitute a violation of section 1030 of title 18 of the U.S. Code and other criminal laws.
Anyone who accesses a Federal computer system without authorization or exceeds access authority, or obtains, alters, damages, destroys, or discloses information,
or prevents authorized use of information on the computer system, may be subject to penalties, fines or imprisonment. This computer system and any related
equipment is subject to monitoring for administrative oversight, law enforcement, criminal investigative purposes,
inquiries into alleged wrongdoing or misuse, and to ensure proper performance of applicable security features and procedures.
DHS may conduct monitoring activities without further notice.
You are entering an Official United States Government System, which may be used only for authorized purposes.
The Government may monitor and audit usage of this system, and all persons are hereby notified that use of this
system constitutes consent to such monitoring and auditing. Unauthorized attempts to upload information and/or
change information on these Web sites are strictly prohibited and are subject to prosecution under the Computer
Fraud and Abuse Act of 1986 and Title U.S.C. Sec.1001 and 1030.
This system contains trade secrets and commercial and financial information relating
to the confidential business of private parties. The Trade Secrets Act, (18 U.S.C. 1905),
provides penalties for disclosure of such information. CBP employees who violate this act
and make wrongful disclosures of confidential commercial information may be subject to a
personal fine of up to $1,000, imprisonment for not more than one year, or both, and shall
be removed from employment. An improper disclosure of certain information contained in
this system would constitute a violation of the Privacy Act (5 U.S.C. 552A). Violators
could be subject to a fine of not more than $5,000. Information contained in this system
is subject to the 3rd party rule and may not be disclosed to other government agencies
without the express permission of the agency supplying the original information.