"U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) collects data annually from frontline Border Patrol agents and chiefs for each of the nine Border Patrol sectors along the southwest border. These data (1) identify vulnerabilities - or 'capability gaps' - that inhibit agents from securing the border and (2) catalog preliminary requests for solutions that would address each capability gap using infrastructure, technology, personnel, or other resources. The tool CBP uses to capture its vulnerability assessments and initial resource requests is known as the Capability Gap Analysis Process (CGAP). The following report summarizes the results of the Democratic Committee staff's review of nonpublic data contained in CGAP in Fiscal Year (FY) 2017."
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