Australia Launches ‘New Border Targeting Centre’ that will Coordinate Multiple Government Agencies and Collaborate with Foreign Partners

As the Australian Customs and Border Protection Service undergoes reforms and merges functions with the nation’s immigration services, hundreds of millions of dollars have been invested to advance intelligence-sharing and risk-based targeting systems.  As cargo and passenger traffic into the country is expected to significantly increase in the coming years, the ‘National Border Targeting Centre’ will greatly enhance Australia’s capability to efficiently facilitate secure travel and trade.

In addition to integrating mission functions of nine different Australian Government Agencies, the Targeting Centre, based in Canberra, will collaborate with similar targeting centers in the United States, Canada, Britain and New Zealand and aims to improve the flow of goods and passengers across increasingly complex supply chains and passenger routes.

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