— Joint, integrated assessments about security threats and improved intelligence sharing, including common privacy principles.
— More comprehensive advance screening of travellers from third countries heading to North America.
— Exchange of entry information of all persons at the Canada-U.S. border, to serve as a record of exit from the other country.
— Co-ordinated research, prevention relating to violent extremism.
— Pilot projects for land-based joint security teams, creation of additional marine-based teams.
— Harmonized approach to screening cargo arriving from offshore.
— New explosive detection machines for Canadian airports by March 2015 to make U.S. flight connections easier.
— Joint assessments and audits for plant, animal and food safety systems in third countries.
— Common framework for trusted trader programs.
— Enchancement of Nexus trusted traveller program.
— More pre-inspection and pre-clearance for land, rail, marine traffic.
— Single electronic window for shippers to reduce paperwork.
— Co-ordinated border crossing infrastructure upgrades.
— Jointly published wait time service levels at key crossings.
— Closer co-operation on cybersecurity and health security threats.
— Harmonized names for cuts of meat and poultry.
— Alignment of auto industry manufacturing standards.
— Executive steering committee to oversee implementation of action plan.