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You connected your sense resistor R9 between VBUS_IN and VBUS_OUT and the CCG3 controls the power input through the power MOSFETs Q1A / Q1B which are located between the same net names (VBUS_IN and VBUS_OUT). So the sense resistor is connected in parallel to the power MOSFETs which render useless the CCG3 control since current will always flow through the sense resistor.
I would rather connect the sense resistor in series with the control MOSFETs. Depending on where you want to read the current/voltage (input or output), it could be :
I also wonder what will you be connecting to the USB-C PC Power Output connector? Will you be using a standard USB-C device with PD capability? If yes, you might encounter problem since the CC lines are left unconnected on the connector output.