Orlando, FL—(AP)—The Florida Department of Health has approved an agreement between Global Entry and Johnson & Johnson to make a $8.5 million annual global entry payment to the Florida Department.
Global Entry’s agreement with Johnson &s; Johnson will help ensure a seamless transition to the new technology.
Under the terms of the agreement, Global Entry will make the payment as soon as Global Entry determines the new Global Entry payment is needed.
The agreement, which is expected to be finalized soon, requires Johnson &ing; Johnson Global Entry to:A.
Review and approve its Global Entry Program and Operations, including a plan to create an additional Global Entry agent to support the Global Entry program and operations.
Complete a comprehensive review of the existing Global Entry operations and the processes that govern Global Entry payments.
Review the current Global Entry Global Entry Operations and procedures, including the role of Global Entry Agents and the global entry agent program.
Review all existing Global Entities to ensure that all are operating and meeting the requirements of the Global Entity Program and Procedures.
Make recommendations to the Executive Director of the Florida Dmw to implement the recommendations.
The Florida Dmc is expected make the payments to Johnson &amznkd, based on the terms and conditions of the new contract.