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Kathleen M. Haage-Gaynor

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Manager, Customs Operations

Local Address: New York, United States
Port
 
Background

Employment History

  • Area Director for Newark and New York Office
    Customs and Border Protection
  • Area Director
    Port of New York/Newark
9 Total References
Web References
NY1: Law Enforcement
www.ny1.com, 23 Aug 2006 [cached]
Kathleen Haage-Gaynor oversees Customs operations at the Port of New York and New Jersey.
"When we target, we know what we're looking for, why we're looking for it and when it's coming in," says Haage-Gaynor.
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Kathleen Haage-Gaynor says she believes those standards will be put in place.
"There has to be an expeditious system to identify who is coming into the port and why they are coming in," she says.
A & A Contract Customs Brokers - Headline News : News article
www.aacb.com, 11 Feb 2005 [cached]
Shippers whose containers are picked for inspection by Customs' Vehicle and Cargo Inspection System (VACIS) van may face additional delays of up to 21 days, said Kathleen M. Haage-Gaynor, area director for Customs and Border Protection.
"Our biggest problem is that we aren't getting the containers," she said, noting that Customs staff are working 24 hours a day, but that terminals are only open eight hours."We are ramming, cramming and jamming all port activities into eight hours [a day]," she said."What about the other 16?"
In addition, Customs is now inspecting 7 per cent of all containers moving through New York, up from 2 per cent previously.
Government Executive Magazine - 3/1/02 Seeking Safe Harbor
www.govexec.com, 1 Mar 2002 [cached]
"We've been doing compliance examinations for more than a decade," says Kathleen Haage-Gaynor, area director for Customs' Newark/New York office."We know those companies' trade patterns.We know who they deal with, and we know when there's an anomaly.We want to focus on this other 18 percent that we don't know a lot about.
"The real question you have to ask the inspectors every day is: ‘Have you examined the containers that you've identified as having the highest risk for bringing in contraband?' Whether that's 2 percent, 4 percent or 10 percent is not the issue.The issue is whether or not we've examined the highest-risk containers.
Official Website of the Organization of Women in International Trade
www.owit.org [cached]
Representatives from the Bureau of Customs and Border Protection will also share their insights. • Peter Daniels, Regulatory Audit Trade Liaison Area Director, Port of New York/Newark, Bureau of Customs and Border Protection • Carol A. Fuchs, Government Relations Counsel , KMZ Rosenman's Global Trade Advisory Group • Kathleen M. Haage-Gaynor, Area Director, Port of New York/Newark, Bureau of Customs and Border Protection • Kathleen M. Murphy, Partner, Customs and International Trade Department, KMZ Rosenman • Robert J. Pisani, Director, KMZ Rosenman's Global Trade Advisory Group • James L. Sawyer, Partner, Customs and International Trade Department, KMZ Rosenman
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AGENDA 8:30 a.m. Registration and Continental Breakfast 9:00 a.m. Welcome and Seminar Overview 9:05 a.m. C-TPAT Overview and Update · A review of CBP's security recommendations · Memorandum of Understanding and Supply Chain Security Profile Questionnaire · C-TPAT as a requirement for trade compliance programs · Q & A 10:15 a.m. Refreshment Break 10:30 a.m. Regulatory Update · This segment will feature a discussion about regulatory developments concerning the Advance Cargo Information Rules, Definition of "Customs Business," and DHS Reorganization 11:45 a.m. Lunch-Keynote Speaker: Kathleen M. Haage-Gaynor, Area Director, Port of New York/Newark, Bureau of Customs and Border Protection 1:30 p.m. Focused Assessments · How Focused Assessments differ from previous Customs audits · Evaluating internal controls · Is your company ready to address a Focused Assessment? · Q & A 2:45 p.m. Break 3:00 p.m. Importer Self-Assessment Program · A comparison of Focused Assessments and the Importer Self-
Milgram | News & Events | News
www.milgram.com, 11 Feb 2005 [cached]
Shippers whose containers are picked for inspection by Customs' Vehicle and Cargo Inspection System (VACIS) van may face additional delays of up to 21 days, said Kathleen M. Haage-Gaynor, area director for Customs and Border Protection.
"Our biggest problem is that we aren't getting the containers," she said, noting that Customs staff are working 24 hours a day, but that terminals are only open eight hours."We are ramming, cramming and jamming all port activities into eight hours [a day]," she said."What about the other 16?"
In addition, Customs is now inspecting 7 per cent of all containers moving through New York, up from 2 per cent previously.
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