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Commission Approves Final Rule And Receives Briefings
Kinghood International Logistics Inc | Updated: Jan 04, 2017

The Federal Maritime Commission  held its final meeting of 2016 where Commissioners approved a rule governing presenting evidence to the Commission, were briefed about progress of the Supply Chain Innovation Initiative, and discussed the pending "THE Alliance" agreement.

The first group of supply chain teams determined that creating a national portal providing timely, critical information about supply chain systems activities is an immediate way to increase efficiencies involved in moving international commerce and can give the United States an economic competitive advantage. Dye advised the Commission that the Phase One teams will remain constituted and available for consultation. As part of their work, the Phase Two teams will be asked to continue to consider and refine the national information portal infrastructure project.

The other item considered in open session was approval of the Final Rule in Docket No. 16-08 on Presentation of Evidence in Commission Adjudications. This rule reorganizes, simplifies, and clarifies the language in Part 502, which governs procedures and practices related to adjudications before the Federal Maritime Commission, including the admissibility of evidence.

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