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United States Takes Leading Role in Global Fisheries Management

November 21 is World Fisheries Day. Read our latest leadership message from Alexa Cole, new Director for NOAA Fisheries’ Office of International Affairs and Seafood Inspection, to learn how U.S. fisheries management and seafood inspection set the global
November 20, 2019 - Leadership Message ,
Fish on ice at a seafood market.

Three Alpha Codes for Seafood Import Monitoring Program

The Seafood Import Monitoring Program, or SIMP, establishes the reporting and recordkeeping requirements needed to prevent illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing and/or misrepresented seafood from entering U.S. commerce. The three alpha codes list
April 02, 2019 - Form ,

Seafood Import Monitoring Program Essential Forms and Documents

The Seafood Import Monitoring Program, or SIMP, establishes the reporting and recordkeeping requirements needed to prevent illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing and/or misrepresented seafood from entering U.S. commerce. SIMP provides updated

Harmonized Tariff Codes for Seafood Import Monitoring Program

The Seafood Import Monitoring Program, or SIMP, establishes the reporting and recordkeeping requirements needed to prevent illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing and/or misrepresented seafood from entering U.S. commerce. As a part of SIMP, the
March 11, 2019 - Form ,
SIMP.HTS.codes.March2019.pdf

SIMP.HTS.codes.March2019

Model Aggregated Catch Certificate for Seafood Import Monitoring Program

The model aggregated catch certificate form is used for recording harvest events, both wild-capture and aquaculture. This form consists of two parts—the justification for data elements and format for electronic reporting and the certificate for
March 11, 2019 - Form ,

Model Catch Certificate for Seafood Import Monitoring Program

The model catch certificate form is used for recording harvest events, both wild-capture and aquaculture. This form consists of multiple parts—the justification for data elements and format for electronic reporting, the certificate for traceability
March 11, 2019 - Form ,

Seafood Import Monitoring Program

The Seafood Import Monitoring Program, or SIMP, is a risk-based traceability program requiring the U.S. importer of record to provide and report key data—from the point of harvest to the point of entry into U.S. commerce—on thirteen imported fish and fish
Fishermen at sea.

Seafood Import Monitoring Program Facts

The Seafood Import Monitoring Program establishes permitting, data reporting, and recordkeeping requirements for importing into the United States thirteen fish and fish products identified as vulnerable to illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing and

U.S. Commerce Trusted Trader Program

NOAA Fisheries has proposed a Commerce Trusted Trader Program for the United States as part of an effective seafood traceability process to combat illegal, unreported, and unregulated fishing and/or seafood fraud and to supplement the Seafood Import
Vessel at port with American flag in foreground

U.S. Tackles Global Fisheries Challenges

Learn how the United States is working to tackle global fisheries challenges.
November 29, 2018 - Leadership Message ,
Vessel at port with American flag in foreground