Follow these steps to get started with the Funded Transportation Program:
1. Request a Login
a. Regardless of whether or not you have shipped with the Funded Transportation Program before, a login
b. If you have never shipped with the Funded Transportation Program before, please register your organization.
2. Review the Funded Transportation Guidelines
3. Apply for transportation.
4. Attach documentation that is required for transporting humanitarian cargo such as the “duty free certification” and “consignee affidavit”.
5. To use U.S. Government funding effectively and efficiently, the Funded Transportation Program will complement the Denton Program. This means if the Denton Program Services the region of the country where you are transporting, we will refer you to the Denton Program.
6. In an effort to provide transparency, one application at a time will be allowed using the Funded Transportation Program. Not until an After Action Report (AAR) is received for the current application will another application for transportation be accepted.
7. The Funded Transportation Program ships humanitarian cargo from “door-to-port” for non-government organizations to other non-government organizations overseas.
8. All humanitarian cargo must be inspected by a DoD Cargo Inspector prior to shipment of donor’s cargo.
9. The Donor provides the required customs clearance documentation to the commercial carrier for customs clearance. Complete documentation required for customs clearance is to be provided by the donor which includes the packing list, commercial invoice, and certificate of origin. (All documents can be found at the “Forms” tab after logging in)
10. The Funded Transportation Program does not ship vehicles.
PLEASE NOTE: IN THE INTEREST OF EFFICIENCY, THE FOLLOWING ARE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS FOR TRANSPORTATION APPLICATION; THE APPLICATION WILL BE CANCELLED IF NOT RECEIVED:
1. Duty-Free Clearance on Destination Country Government Letterhead,
English Translation of Duty-Free Clearance,
3. Detailed Packing List in Required Format
4. Letter from Valid Health Organization stating they need the medical items, can properly use them and can properly store them (if sending medical items),
5. Copy of packing list initialed by Valid Health Organization (if sending medical items)