Join Laura Francois-Eugene (U.S. Customs and Border Protection) and Pawel Majkowski (TribalPoint’s ETC Expert) to learn more about the ETC process. We’ll be covering what an Enhanced Tribal Card is, the process of implementation, who are your key stake holders, how to obtain government funding and more!
Enhanced Tribal Identification Consulting
TribalPoint experts facilitate the beginning of your ETC process.
Getting Started, Made Easy.
Taking the leap towards starting the Enhanced Tribal Identification process can be quite daunting. Who do you involve from outside your organization? Who do you involve from inside your organization, is it the Information Technology Department or is it the Enrollment Department? Let TribalPoint’s team help put together a winning team within your organization to lead your tribal government towards a successful ETC Journey.
Our expert Enhanced Tribal Identification consultants will work with your organization to prepare individuals to be ready for the hurdles that they may face with Customs and Border Protection (CBP).
Been There. Done That.
TribalPoint’s Enhanced Tribal Identification Consultants have been there – done that. We assist tribes from start to finish in implementing enhanced tribal cards. We understand the difficulty of creating a secure card design and getting your RFID just right, that’s why we’re out to make the process easy to understand and quick to complete. Why should you wait 18 months to cross a border or enter a federal building?
Concerned about receiving funding to complete the entire Enhanced Tribal Card (ETC) process? TribalPoint’s experts understand current grants available to help in funding your tribe in strengthening your borders, emergency preparedness, and exercising sovereign rights. We’re able to assist in the creation process of your grant documentation in order to successfully receiving funding.
Operation Stonegarden (OPSG)
The OPSG Program supports enhanced cooperation and coordination among Customs and Border Protection (CBP), United States Border Patrol (USBP), and local, Tribal, territorial, state, and Federal law enforcement agencies. The OPSG Program funds investments in joint efforts to secure the United States borders along routes of ingress from international borders to include travel corridors in states bordering Mexico and Canada, as well as states and territories with international water borders.
FEMA Tribal Homeland Security Grant Program (THSGP)
Utilizing this FEMA grants and others is applicable to the process of obtaining Enhanced Tribal Identification for your nation. Since producing an ETC is considered an act of becoming ready for possible emergencies and strengthening your tribal documentation.
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“Enhanced Tribal Card Funding is Out There.”