FMC Fact Findings on Impact of COVID-19
Fact Finding 29 is being led by Commissioner Rebecca Dye and is investigating impacts on the supply chain. Fact Finding 30 is being led by Commissioner Louis Sola and focuses on the passenger cruise industry.
Ocean Transportation Intermediaries
- How to Apply for a License or Foreign Registration
- Foreign NVOCC Registration Status Changes
- List of FMC Active OTIs
- Guidance on License Renewals
- OTI License Status Changes
- How to Use NRAs
In the Newsroom
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Posted: January 15, 2021
Commissioner Dye Speaks on ABA Panel Exploring Value of Military Veterans in Private to Legal Profession
Commissioner Rebecca Dye will join a panel discussion hosted by the ABA TIPS Admiralty and Maritime Law Committee that focuses on the unique attributes veterans bring to the public and private legal sectors.
Commissioner Dye will speak about how her service in the Coast Guard broadened her legal horizons and the opportunities available to her as a young attorney. She will also discuss how her experiences as a military officer better prepared her for a career in public service.
Commissioner Maffei Addresses Marine Transportation System Innovative Science and Technology Conference
Commissioner Dan Maffei will speak at the Sixth Biennial Marine Transportation System Innovative Science and Technology Conference: Advancing the Marine Transportation System through Automation and Autonomous Technologies: Trends, Applications and Challenges on Monday, March 15th.
From the Transportation Research Board of the U.S. Committee on the Marine Transportation System (CMTS):
Convened by Transportation Research Board, the Sixth Biennial Marine Transportation System Innovation Science and Technology Conference will be held on March 15 – 17, 2021 online. In partnership with the U.S. Committee on the Marine Transportation System (CMTS), the conference will showcase current and emerging innovative science and technologies related to maritime transportation. The theme will be “Advancing the Marine Transportation System through Automation and Autonomous Technologies: Trends, Applications, and Challenges.”
Participants from government, industry, and academia will examine the rapidly evolving applications of autonomous and automated technologies. Through engaged discussion and debate with noted thought leaders, directed panelists, and leading scientists and engineers, we will explore the direction, technical challenges, enabling technologies, and potential hurdles to successfully navigate the future of the marine transportation system.
Information about the meeting, including schedule, how to register, and costs, can be found at: https://trb.secure-platform.com/a/page/marinetransport