Federal Manager's Daily Report

CBP Field Operations officers at the Port of New York/Newark inspect a shipment of hair pieces and accessories from China, part of which is suspected to have been made with forced or prison labor in violation of US Law.

Two Customs and Border Protection officials, executive director of the Trade Remedy Law Enforcement Directorate Ana B. Hinojosa, and Eric Choy, the deputy executive director, have been selected as winners in the Service to America Medal’s people’s choice category.

“Hinojosa and Choy were nominated for their work directing enforcement actions against companies seeking to import goods produced by forced labor in China and other countries as part of a broader human rights effort to curb modern–day slavery,” said the Partnership for Public Service, which sponsors the awards.


The “Sammies” awards are top honors for federal employees; winners in other categories are to be announced in the fall.

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2021 Federal Employees Handbook