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Submission of MSP Schedule 310

Per 46 CFR 296.32, owners/operators of a U.S.-flag vessel(s) participating in the Maritime Security Program (MSP) are required to submit vessel operating cost information via the Schedule 310 form (MA-172), a "Vessel Operating Statement of Berth Line Operations."

Submission Guidelines

The Schedule 310 is a one-page, web-based interactive form that can also be printed for scan/email or traditional mail delivery. However you choose to submit, the Maritime Administration recommends that you apply the following standards to all submissions:

  1. Review these instructions
  2. Review your company's information for accuracy prior to filling out the form
  3. Retain a copy of the completed form for your records

To Submit On-line (preferred) 

  1. Click this link to the Schedule 310
  2. Fill out the appropriate fields as they relate to your vessel operations
  3. Click the "Submit" button (once)

Note: All information entered into the form -- including propietary company information, vessel-specific cost information and/or personally identifiable information (PII) -- will be encrypted prior to, during and after transmission via the online form. And no information will be released in any identifiable format for any reason.

To Submit by E-mail

  1. Download the blank/fillable PDF
  2. Fill out the appropriate fields as they relate to your vessel operations
  3. Save the filled form
  4. Email the form to msp310forms.marad@dot.gov

To Submit by Traditional Mail

  1. Download and print the form (or call MARAD at 202-366-2321 to request a MA-172 form by mail)
  2. Fill out the appropriate fields as they relate to your vessel operations
  3. Save a copy of the form and any supporting documentation for your company records
  4. Mail the completed form to:
U.S. Department of Transportation
Maritime Administration
1200 Jersey Avenue, SE
Washington, DC 20590
MAR-760 W23-420
Mail Stop No. 2

Questions?

For assistance, or questions about any aspect of the Schedule 310 submission process, contact the Office of Sealift Support.

Updated: Friday, June 21, 2019