CBP Seeks Private Help In Stopping Climbing, Breaching Of New Border Walls
Activist Mommy reports:
While 182 miles of the 500 miles of border wall that President Donald Trump has vowed to erect are indeed already standing, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection is seeking private sector assistance in stopping apparently rather easily achieved breaches.
The agency has issued a posting asking for private industry help to stop border-crossers from being able to saw through or climb over the 30-foot-tall steel bollard wall, The Blaze reports.
From the CBP posting:
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) recognizes that industry, other agencies, and other private entities may have interesting, innovative, and useful ideas that could be implemented to enhance and or improve mission essential operational deterrent capabilities related to the anti-climb/anti-cut features of the border wall and persistent impedance. Through the prototyping process in 2017-2018, it was identified that bollard style construction (steel slats) provided the best value and operationally effective border barrier solution to CBP.
CBP is constantly seeking to improve the effectiveness of the border wall and now is seeking further product improvements to the anti-climb/anti-cut features of the border wall barrier.