Webinar: USMCA Center's Informational Briefing with Acting Center Director Tamica C. Solomon
Thursday, October 22nd at 12:00 p.m. EDT
Customs and Border Protection launched the USMCA Center in July 2020 for the purpose of serving as a one stop shop for information concerning the USMCA. The staff is trained to support the trade community by providing resources and addressing questions and concerns . Join us for an informational briefing with the Acting Director for the USMCA Center, Tamica C. Solomon. She will provide an overview of the agreement and highlight the USMCA's Center compliance resources.
Here are a few of the highlights: COO Rules Labor/Value Content IPR/Digital Trade De Minimis Trade Protection Comprehensive Enforcement Local Data Storage Tamica C. Solomon is the Acting Director for the USMCA Center in Trade Policy and Programs at U. S Customs and Border Protection's (CBP).
Tamica has over 15 years of progressive Federal and State public service experience.
Tamica joined CBP in May 2017 as an Assistant Field Director for Regulatory Audit and Agency Advisory Services in Houston TX. Prior to joining CBP, Tamica worked for the Department of Defense National Guard in New Mexico where she successfully led our nation's heroes and saved government funds. Tamica has a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting and graduate studies in Public Administration from Southern University Agriculture and Mechanical College in Baton Rouge Louisiana and a Master's Degree in Governmental Accounting from Rutgers State University Business School in New Brunswick, New Jersey.
Tamica is a Certified Governmental Audit Professional (CGAP), and a Certified Internal Controls Auditor (CICA) Tamica's expertise in Audit and Risk Management helps advance Office of Trade's mission to facilitate legitimate trade, enforce US laws, and protect the American economy to ensure consumer safety and to create a level playing field for American business.