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1 WCO Customs Data Model Thomas Morawietz Technical Attaché e-commerce and Customs IT affairs

2 UNCTAD Expert meeting October 2006 (Geneva) 2 Outline of Presentation  World Customs Organization (WCO)  Trade facilitation vs. security  WCO Customs Data Model

3 UNCTAD Expert meeting October 2006 (Geneva) 3 World Customs Organization (WCO)   Independent intergovernmental body;   Established 1952 in Brussels as Customs Cooperation Council in 1952;   Working name “World Customs Organization” (WCO) approved by Council in 1994;   Currently representing 169 Member administrations – processing more than 95% of all international trade;

4 UNCTAD Expert meeting October 2006 (Geneva) 4 World Customs Organization (WCO)  WCO Mission:  Enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of Customs administrations;  Develop and maintain standards for simple, standardized and harmonized customs systems and procedures;  Assist in capacity building programmes;  Provide training and technical assistance.

5 UNCTAD Expert meeting October 2006 (Geneva) 5 Trade Facilitation vs. Security Facilitation Security WCO Framework of Standards

6 UNCTAD Expert meeting October 2006 (Geneva) 6 WCO Framework of Standards Objectives Customs administrations must work co- operatively with common and accepted standards to maximize the security and facilitation of the international trade supply chain as cargo and container shipments move along the nodes of the global trading system.

7 UNCTAD Expert meeting October 2006 (Geneva) 7 WCO Instruments for Trade Facilitation  Harmonized system  Revised Kyoto Convention  Integrated Supply Chain Management Guidelines  (Customs) Data Model  UCR  Time Release Study

8 UNCTAD Expert meeting October 2006 (Geneva) 8 WCO Customs Data Model (1)  Origin of the WCO Customs Data Model  Effort to standardise, harmonise and reduce Customs data requirements;  Initiated by the seven largest economies (G7) in 1996;  Mandate to reduce the amount of data to meet Customs requirements;  Improve flow of goods across international borders and reduce industry costs.

9 UNCTAD Expert meeting October 2006 (Geneva) 9 WCO Customs Data Model (2)  Transfer to the WCO  Broaden application to all WCO members;  Consultation with international organisations involved in Transport & Trade;  Incorporate other WCO standardisation instruments (Revised Kyoto Convention, ICT Guidelines and Unique Consignment Reference)

10 UNCTAD Expert meeting October 2006 (Geneva) 10 WCO Customs Data Model (3) Harmonized maximum data sets Data models International code standards Message implementation guidelines WCO Customs Data Model – version 2.0

11 UNCTAD Expert meeting October 2006 (Geneva) 11 WCO Customs Data Model (4)  Benefits of the WCO Customs Data Model  Enables different systems to work together;  Helps to create safe and secure borders;  Offers premium procedures;  Contributes to rapid release;  Eliminates redundant and repetitive data;  Reduces the amount of data & compliance costs;  Promotes greater Government co-operation.

12 UNCTAD Expert meeting October 2006 (Geneva) 12 WCO Customs Data Model (5)  Scope of Version 3.0 (1)  Will begin the complex process of incorporating so-called “Other Governmental Agencies” (OGA) data;  Scope is “single window” domain;  Incremental process – to begin with agriculture, SPS, human health, Basel Convention (hazardous waste);  Relates to border clearance;  DMR processing and analysis will refine the details at TBG4/DMPT;

13 UNCTAD Expert meeting October 2006 (Geneva) 13 WCO Customs Data Model (6)  Scope of Version 3.0 (2)  Includes response message;  More transit requirements (e.g. TIR);  Relationship with UN/CEFACT;  Data Maintenance Rules.

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