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How to use this template Safety and security data requirements Informal Ad hoc Expert Group on Conceptual and Technical Aspects of Computerization of the TIR Procedure 26th Session André Sceia / May 18-19, 2017 Declaration mechanism - Departure Accompanying document Vehicle Holder Holder Inspection and sealing eTIR international system $ Guarantee chain MICROSOFT CORPORATION Guarantee request Goods 1 2 4 Advance cargo information Incl. guarantee reference and itinerary Customs office of departure 5 6 ITDB 79 Risk Analysis 10 3 8 Holder 12 Pay to $ Declaration reference National information system 11 13 Other Customs along the itinerary 14 22 17 18 16 23 15 19 Customs office of departure 24 20 21 Pay to $ Advance cargo information reference Declaration mechanism – en route Sealed vehicle eTIR international system Advance cargo information , incl. previouly accepted declaration(s) + other TIR transport info Customs along the itinerary 2 ITDB 3 5 Risk analysis 4 Holder 7 National information system 6 8 1 Customs office of entry Accompanying document Declaration options Problem: Diverging data requirements Customs Customs Holder Customs Diverging additional requirement: - electronic safety and security data - additional paper documents eTIR RM solution eTIR International system Customs Customs Holder Customs Standard declaration sufficient for all countries Declaration approved by the customs office of departure Alternative solution (1) eTIR International system Customs Customs Holder Customs Approved minimum data set of common declaration data Differentiated declaration data and mechanisms (all including the minimum set of data) Alternative solution (2) eTIR International system Customs Customs Holder Customs Standard declaration with optional additional data requirements for each country (in the attached document class or as optional data elements) Declaration approved by the customs office of departure, including the additional data requirement for other countries (but not verified) Alternative solution (3) eTIR International system Customs Customs Holder Customs Standard declaration Declaration approved by the customs office of departure Additional data requirements for each country (e.g. safety and security) Submission to all customs administrations eTIR International system Customs Customs IRU TIR/EPD Customs Holder Consequences Customs Broker / EPD Customs Broker / EPD eTIR International system Customs Customs Customs Broker / EPD Customs Holder Limited options WP.30 recommendation 137th session (Geneva, 10–13 June 2014) “Considering that safety and security data requirements have their own legal basis and in view of the difficulty in agreeing on common requirements, the Working Party also decided that, even if they are related to TIR transports, those requirements should be left optional in the standard eTIR declaration.
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Score: 1064864.5 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/bc...ch/documents/Sceia2_190517.pdf
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Customs are encouraged to limit the data required to only such particulars that are deemed necessary to ensure compliance with Customs laws. 1.9. (...) Customs are encouraged to limit the data required to only such particulars that are deemed necessary to ensure compliance with Customs laws. (...) (iii) Customs are encouraged to limit the data required to only such particulars that are deemed necessary to ensure compliance with Customs laws.
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Score: 1063028.9 - https://www.icao.int/Meetings/...ts/Guidelines-Consignments.pdf
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TITLE I Requirement of security Article 2 1. Where, pursuant to the law on customs matters, the customs authority requires security to be given to ensure payment of a customs debt, such security shall be given by the person by whom that debt has been, or may be, incurred. 2. The customs authority may require only one security to be given for the same customs debt. 3. (...) The customs authority may waive the requirement for provision of security where the amount of the customs debt in question does not exceed ECU 500.
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Score: 1060495.9 - https://www.wto.org/gatt_docs/English/SULPDF/91490544.pdf
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(c) Core Capacity Needs - the essential Customs Infrastructure Capacity Requirements * relevant legal regulatory system – stable, comprehensive and modern legal framework which ensures that customs legislation is directly applicable and can be implemented, * associated procedures, setting out the obligations of importers (for example, requirements to make an accurate and complete customs declaration or customs value declaration, requirements to produce relevant and essential documents), *services responsible for post import auditing, with related standards and procedures, * training programmes for officials involved in valuation work, * guarantee or customs bond system. (...) The work on this project, which is now reaching its conclusions, addressed the total range of challenges which face customs administrations in meeting standards required in today’s environment. (...) First of all , the basic objectives – the macro capacity building requirements - were identified as follows: A. The political commitment to enable customs to fulfil their tasks B.
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Score: 1054769 - https://www.wto.org/english/tr...e/seminar_nov02_e/malone_e.doc
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Description This use case describes a general use case for cloud service customization. Cloud service customization in cloud service brokerage is a service model to search, compose and provide a customized cloud service to a CSC according to the CSC' service requirements. If a CSN: cloud service broker cannot discover a service that fulfils CSC's service requirements in the product catalogue, the CSN: cloud service broker integrates and configures existing services to composite a new customized service. (...) The CSN: cloud service broker collects multiple cloud services provided by different CSPs, performs customization on these cloud services according to CSCs' requirements. (1) When a CSC could not find a satisfied service from the product catalogue, the CSC requests a cloud service with service requirements to a CSN: cloud service broker. (2) The CSN: cloud service broker searches a cloud service, which fulfils the CSC's requirements, from product catalogue. (3) If the CSN: cloud service broker cannot find an appropriate service from the service list registered in the product catalogue, the CSN: cloud service broker initiates customization process in order to generate a customized service according to the CSC's requirements.
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Score: 1053276.8 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica.../files/basic-html/page165.html
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If it is impossible to determine the customs value of goods based on the submitted documents, the customs value shall be determined based on the price of similar goods for the customs clearance was performed earlier taking into account the following requirements: a) The goods shall be considered similar if they have the same properties as the goods subject to valuation including: purpose and properties of the goods; 3 quality, the same trade mark and reputation at the market; country of origin; producer. b) insignificant differences in external design cannot be a ground for refusal to consider goods as similar if according to other properties such goods meet the requirements of this paragraph. (...) If it is impossible to determine customs value of goods based on the submitted documents and if there is no information about the import of similar goods, customs value shall be determined based on the price of identical goods which cleared customs earlier taking into account following requirements: a) not identical goods which have similar properties and composed of similar components enabling them to be utilized for the same purposes as goods subject to valuation and to be commercially interchangeable shall be considered similar. (...) If the customs value of goods is determined in accordance with requirements of the paragraph 2 is smaller than the minimum customs value (if it is provided by the legislation), then minimum customs value shall be used to collect the established taxes and fees. 6.
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Score: 1045365.2 - https://www.wto.org/english/th...e/ukr_e/WTACCUKR59A1_LEG_1.pdf
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The results of the audit might be given to the cloud service provider, or possibly on request to a cloud service customer, depending on the business situation or the legal context. 8.4.2.6 Acquire and assess customers The acquire and assess customers activity includes the tasks required to market and sell cloud services up to the point where a cloud service customer agrees a contract to use one or more services. This cloud computing activity includes: • providing information to potential customers about available services and associated SLAs and contract terms; • negotiating terms and prices with customers; • assessing the customer's needs and requirements for cloud services. NOTE – The cloud service customer needs assessment activity includes the actions taken to determine and address the cloud service customer's requirements as identified by a gap analysis performed by looking at the customer's current capabilities and their desired future capabilities. 8.4.2.7 Assess marketplace The assess marketplace activity focuses on assessing the current cloud services marketplace to find cloud service (s) that meet the customers' requirements.
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Score: 1044226.3 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...n/files/basic-html/page83.html
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This data is automatically made available to the customs office where the goods are presented after technical validation of data format / transcription of the data to the format and semantics required by the receiver of the data. (...) RG April 2005 * Operational actions Single Access Point (2) MS a MS c MS b MS d SAP Customs Debt Customs Debt NCTS Customs Customs Customs RG April 2005 * Operational actions Single access point (4) Today Single Access Point RG April 2005 * Operational actions Single Window and One-Stop Shop SINGLE WINDOW Traders submit all data required for the customs procedure to customs, even if they are required by non-customs legislation and need to be submitted to health, environment, police and other authorities and agencies (e.g. electronic certificates) Real-time exchange of data between customs and these authorities and agencies will enable customs to validate this data submitted by traders ONE-STOP SHOP Physical controls required by different authorities and agencies involved in customs transactions are performed at the same time and at the same place RG April 2005 * Operational actions Single Window Cust Admin MS Import or Export Commission Nat Agency d Nat Agency c Nat Agency b Nat Agency a Declaration + Acc docs (Licenses, Certificates,..) (...) L 117, p. 13 Draft modernized Customs Code TAXUD/458/2004 Rev. 4 Multi-annual strategic plan TAXUD/477/2004 Rev. 3 Working document Draft Council decision Is being drafted by TAXUD RG April 2005 * Conclusion Balancing security and trade facilitation is a difficult task Requires comittment by all stakeholders at all levels (national, EU, international) Requires strong governance scheme The benefits for competitiveness, security and saftery are worth the investment Traders and customs partnership as key factor to success!
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Score: 1041307.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...resentations/day1/PAnaboli.pps
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Customs authorities will nevertheless send the required messages at a later stage. (...) The termination information will be keyed-in and transmitted to the eTIR international system once the customs system is restored. (b) Customs authorities accept the accompanying document, sign and stamp it (and indicate the new seals if required). (...) In the meantime, other customs authorities will obtain the required information from the accompanying document.
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Score: 1041300.1 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/bc...ch/documents/2019/id19-05e.pdf
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Customs authorities will nevertheless send the required electronic messages at a later stage. (...) In the meantime, other customs authorities will obtain the required information from the accompanying document. (...) In the meantime, other customs authorities will obtain the required information from the accompanying document.
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Score: 1041114.5 - https://unece.org/DAM/trans/bc...ech/documents/2020/id20-05.pdf
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