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Single Window : Korea Customs Service & World Customs Organizations experiences May, 2011.

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1 Single Window : Korea Customs Service & World Customs Organizations experiences May, 2011

2 50 million people Contents

3 177 Members WCO Instruments for Trade Facilitation Harmonization of Coding & Data –: HS, WCO DM, UCR Standardization of Procedures –: RKC, SAFE FoS, – ISCM Guideline, TRS Customs in 21 st Century New Strategic Direction Introduction of WCO

4 SW is to unify interface between Government and Trade Examines regulatory controls through eyes of trader 4 different approaches Single Window Concept UN/CEFACT Recommendation 33 Facility for lodging standardized info & docs Single submission CBMPart of inter-agency collaboration Virtual EnterpriseA legal entity with effective virtual presence Collection of ServicesService organized into distinct, non-overlapping categories and hierarchies

5 WCO Data Model CDM 2.0 (253 Data Set) CDM 3.0 (460 Data Set) Import, Export, Import Cargo Management, Export Cargo Management Entry & Departure, Transportation -Added Requirement Confirmation Agencys data & process -Added CDM 1.0 Revised Kyoto Convention CDM 1.0 Research (`04) CDM 2.0 Research (`05) E-Document Standard Management System`09) Pilot Project of International Information Change`08) DM 3.0 Research Project (`10) KCS Standardization

6 WCO Data Model- information design Form 1. Export Declr. -> EX1 2. Import Declr.-> IM1 3. Export Manifest -> CRE 4. Import Manifest -> CRI 5. Entry&Departure-> CONV 6. Bonded Trans. -> TRT STRUCTUR E DOCUMEN T Making ITEM

7 Function Control goods, vehicles and humans passing the border Collect tax such as tariff, VAT, etc. Establish International transaction order through illegal trade prevention Compile Import-export statistics, revenue statistics, etc Introduction of KCS Organization KCS has: 6 administrative offices (Office of policy development and public relations, Clearance facilitation bureau, Audit policy bureau, Investigation and surveillance bureau, information mgnt. and Intl. affairs bureau, office of internal audit), 6 Main Customs, 47 Customs House, 5 surveillance post As of now, KCS has a total of 4,299 customs officials

8 Clearance Network-Need for Single Window Korea National Railroad 2,188 Bonded Warehouse 101,502 Traders 798 Customs Brokers 650 Bonded Transport Operators 869 Tallying Firms 164 Airlines 2,234 Freight Forwarders 38 Banks Prior notice to warehouse List of Goods to be surveyed List of Goods to be transported Confirming shipment Cargo arrival notice House B/L data Import/Export requirements Cargo information 69 Governmen t Agencies 1,902 Shipping companies Manifest data (MFCS) Cargo information query Import/export declaration before arrival

9 KCS Single Window History Period : AUG 05 ~ MAR 06 (8 months) Scale : 2,600 Mil. KRW (2.16 million USD) Connection with 8 agencies such as KFDA and NVRQS Period : AUG 06 ~ FEB 07 (7 months) Scale : 1,400 Mil. KRW (1.16 million USD) Connection with 13 agencies (adding 5 more agencies including KTR) Period : JAN 08 ~ JUL 08 (7 months) Scale : 1,700 Mil. KRW (1.4 million USD) Improving function and service for user convenience Connection with 15 agencies (adding 2 more agencies such as FITI testing and research institute) 1 st phase Basic System 1 st phase Basic System 2 nd phase Extended System 2 nd phase Extended System 3 rd phase Advanced System 3 rd phase Advanced System Single Window Building the Single Window System Extending the Single Window System Improve the Single Window system 2 3 1

10 Work Process-Before

11 Work Process-After

12 Single Window RequirementVerification(approval)applications details Application Forms torelevant agency http://portal.customs.go.kr http://portal.customs.go.kr Clearance Single Window Portal

13 System Configuration Users General users Consigner/Consignee Customs Broker Im/Exporters Others Public certificate authority Internet Clearnace Portal (UNI-PASS) Internet Clearnace Portal (UNI-PASS) Customs administration information System (Web Clearance System) Customs administration information System (Web Clearance System) Linkedprocessing Work Processing Single Window Information Service Customized Service Report form other government agencies (44 forms)Report form other government agencies (44 forms) Electronic PaymentElectronic Payment StatisticsStatistics Im/export clearanceIm/export clearance Im/export logisticsIm/export logistics Customs drawback Electric application AEO management Users own recordUsers own record Clearance info.Clearance info. Company and statistic code info.Company and statistic code info. Preliminary introductionPreliminary introduction Personalized webpagePersonalized webpage User communityUser community Bulletin board, questionnaire, Q&ABulletin board, questionnaire, Q&A Shared screen, work consultationShared screen, work consultation Other Government System (OGA) Other Government System (OGA) Other Government Agency ( 23 Agencies) Review on import requirementsReview on import requirements Quarantine/ inspectionQuarantine/ inspection Electric applicationElectric application Report of performanceReport of performance QuarantineQuarantine Quality/sanitation managementQuality/sanitation management ResearchResearch Various internal tasksVarious internal tasks Work processing InternetXML Web/ED I Brokerage Firms ImportDeclaration Import-RequirementAssessment Import-requirementAssessment Verify the effectiveness of certificates InternetXMLhttp://portal.customs.go.kr

14 Benefits 1. Simultaneous application for import requirement confirmation and import declaration reduces required time for customs clearance (1 day Hours) Reduce logistics cost by shortening clearance time Cut EDI transmission fee by using Internet Provide better customer service with One-Stop Clearance service Improve service through simplification of application document and items and information sharing 2. Economic Effects 0 Before Single Window After Application for import-requirement confirmation Approval of the application (day Approval of import-requirement application Import declaration (day) Import declaration Acceptance (Hours) 2 ~ 3 1 1:30 0

15 Benefits

16 Future Model: Background Expand Single Window-linked agencies and businesses Expand Single Window-linked agencies and businesses Connect with external network including export/import Connect with external network including export/import logistics and electronic trade network logistics and electronic trade network Adopt international standard including Customs Data Model Adopt international standard including Customs Data Model Exchange import/export data among customs houses through Exchange import/export data among customs houses through global network global network Regional SW A Regional SW B National SW A National SW B Global SW Expanding the scope of Single Window in connection with other single windows under global standards

17 Future Model: Direction Increase the use rate of the single window system and develop more advance customs-oriented services Link with external G2B & B2B networks such as the im/export logistics and electronic trade networks Introduce international standards such as Customs Data Model, UNeDocs Implement Global Single Window System (Data exchange with other countries) e-Customs contributing to international trade facilitation and safety

18 Lessons Learned Success Factors Success Factors Failure Factors Strong political support Completion of e-Customs Project Sufficient allocation of government budget Active support from private sectors Free of charge (internet-based system) Customer-oriented services Low maintenance expenses Phased implementation Lack of best practices Compete with other government authorities Data ownership Inconsistent government policy Data standardization Inconvenient services at the early stage Not mandatory

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