CANADA AND UNITED STATES REPORT PROGRESS ON PERIMETER SECURITY AND ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS
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First annual progress reports issued on the Beyond the Border and Regulatory Cooperation Council Action Plans

OTTAWA – Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Barack Obama, President of the United States , today welcomed the release of the first annual Beyond the Border Action Plan Implementation Report and the Canada-United States Regulatory Cooperation Council ( RCC ) Joint Action Plan Progress Report, which demonstrate progress made by Canada and the United States on perimeter security and economic competitiveness.



“Today’s reports demonstrate real and substantive progress on improving the management of our shared border and improving regulatory cooperation, both of which will improve the flow of people and goods between our countries,” said the Prime Minister. “The Beyond the Border and the Regulatory Cooperation Council Action Plans are laying the foundation for more jobs and growth in Canada and the United States by making it easier for firms in both countries to do business.”



The Beyond the Border and RCC Action Plans, announced by both leaders on December 7, 2011 , set out ambitious milestones designed to advance economic opportunity, improve regulatory cooperation and enhance security between our two countries. Since then, significant progress has been made, including modernizing our joint border management, the development of the first joint Border Infrastructure Investment Plan, the release of a joint Cybersecurity Action Plan, improvements to the NEXUS trusted traveller program, mutual recognition of our air cargo security programs, and the development of joint standards and greater alignment of regulatory systems.



As the action plans continue to be implemented, the Government of Canada will keep Canadians informed of progress, including through the issuing of progress reports.



Both reports are available at www.actionplan.gc.ca/PSEC.
 
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