What's Next for Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act Enforcement?

The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (UFLPA) aims to stop the importation of goods suspected to have originated in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in China. Since it took effect last year, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) has reviewed and actioned more than 5,000 shipments bound for the U.S. worth an estimated $1.8 billion.


While UFLPA is designed to combat forced labor and lay the groundwork for a free and fair economy, it also intersects with national security issues. As the UFLPA Entity List expands and enforcement evolves, it must be balanced with the practical need to ensure goods get to where they need to go, and products get on shelves without delay or confiscation.


Register now to watch the on-demand webinar UFLPA: One Year In and Looking Ahead, with key stakeholders, including trade, technology and security experts, human rights leadership, and representation from CBP.


Our panel invites you to:


  • Hear directly from CBP leadership about UFLPA lessons learned one year in, how enforcement will evolve in the coming months, and expectations of importers for compliance
  • Get the latest on how technology – especially AI – boosts compliance and supply chain optimization while leveraging Exiger’s forced labor database, the largest in the world
  • Preview progress updates from the frontlines on the fight to stamp out human trafficking and modern slavery
  • Hear from the former Department of Commerce Assistant Secretary at the International Trade Administration (ITA) and supply chain security experts




  • Brandon Daniels, CEO, Exiger
  • Cindy Deleon, Founder & Managing Director, Deleon Trade LLC
  • Eric Choy, Executive Director, Office of Trade, U.S. Customs and Border Protection
  • Nazak Nikakhtar, Chair, National Security Practice, Wiley Rein LLP
  • Tim Nelson, CEO, Hope for Justice and Slave-Free Alliance 


Moderated by Moderated by Skyler Chi, Head of Enterprise Accounts, Exiger


Related: The Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act and Its Impact on Supply Chains

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