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1 Cooperation opportunity
Introduction References Cooperation opportunity 1

2 I. Introduction Establishment CUPIA, a non profit organization established by the KCS, has experts in customs and IT providing various consulting/development services. Non-Profit Organization established by Korea Customs Service (KCS) Develop and operate Korea Customs’ e-clearance system UNI-PASS Customs Specialists (Risk management, Valuation, Cargo…) IT experts (Network, Software, Hardware) BPR/ISP Consultants Operation and Maintenance for Customs system Consulting on IT, customs business process & legal framework redesigning Supervision, procurement consulting support for customs system development Customs system development Establishment Human resources Major Services

3 II. References Domestic references CUPIA is domestically active providing consulting services and performing system development for the Korea Customs Service. WCO Customs Data Model (2007) Data exchange with Philippine and Belgium (2008) AEO (2008) Air cargo e-Freight (2008) Importer/exporter compliance evaluation (2009) 21st Century BPR/ISP for KCS (2009) Customs Data Model mgt system (2007) RFID system (2008~2009) Data exchange system (2008~2009) AEO management system (2009) Single Window system 2nd Step (2009) Integrated risk management system (2009) Consulting System Development

4 II. References Overseas references CUPIA has references in S. American countries such as the Dominican Republic, Costa Rica and Guatemala. BPR/ISP Consulting service, 2007 1st Implementation supervision, 2008 2nd Implementation supervision, 2009 Dominican Republic Costa Rica IT/Business Consulting service for audit system, (AS-IS, TO-BE, Action Plan) SAT Customs Modernization Feasibility Study, 2007~2008 (AS-IS, TO-BE, Action Plan) SAT Risk Management Feasibility Study, 2008~2009 (AS-IS, TO-BE, Action Plan) Developing Risk Management and Data Warehouse system ( ~ ) Guatemala

5 II. References Overseas references CUPIA has references in Asian countries such as the Laos, Mongolia and Nepal. Laos Customs Modernization Feasibility Study, 2008 (AS-IS, TO-BE, Action Plan) Consulting for transit, warehouse mgnt., Duty Free Shop mgnt. system Laos Procurement Feasibility Study, 2007 Mongolia Nepal Nepal Customs Modernization Feasibility Study, 2007 (AS-IS, TO-BE, Action Plan)

6 II. References Overseas references CUPIA has references in African countries such as Kenya and Tanzania. KRA Customs Modernization Feasibility Study, (AS-IS, TO-BE, Action Plan) Kenya TRA Customs Modernization Feasibility Study, (AS-IS, TO-BE, Action Plan) Tanzania

7 Cooperation opportunity
III. Cooperation opportunity Cooperation opportunity CUPIA can cooperate with you providing feasibility study, consulting services and system development. Feasibility Study Consulting System Development Customs modernization System enhancement New system implementation Business process re-engineering Information strategy planning Procurement and supervision for system development System enhancement New system implementation Operation and maintenance

8 Introduction Features System structure Benefits Implementation Plan 8

9 I. Introduction Brand name UNI-PASS UNI-PASS stands for unified, universal, unique, fast and efficient clearance system. Currently the system is benchmarked in various countries. Brand name of Korea Customs Service’s information system that support for all customs procedures (clearance, cargo, collection, and etc ) Unified, Universal, Unique. One-stop service point providing every service, accessible from anywhere Fast & efficient clearance service

10 Development background
I. Introduction Development background UNI-PASS development dates back to 1974 starting from simple statistic system and is in continuous development. Ubiquitous Clearance 2008 Internet Clearance Risk Management 2005 EDI Auto Clearance 2002 Integrated risk management (‘07) AEO (‘08) 1992 Simple On-line Internet Clearance portal(‘04) Internet collection and drawback (‘05) Single Window (‘05) BSC (‘05) CRM (‘06) Internet cargo (‘07) Risk management enhancement (‘06) Data center integration (‘01) Customs Data warehouse (‘01) Knowledge management system (‘01) Risk management (‘03) Simple Statistic 1974 1990 Basic plan for EDI automation (’92) Export clearance (‘94) Import clearance (‘96) Cargo system (‘97) P/L Clearance (‘98) Investigation information system (‘99) Air cargo online system (‘90) Statistic system (‘74)

11 II. Features Features UNI-PASS is highly flexible, compatible and uses advanced information technology to provide a high quality customs system. High Flexibility Compatibility Advanced Information Technology Up-to-date web based technology (Ajax, DW) Standard data exchange technology (XML) Open source framework High security (PKI) Flexible system architecture Customizable Expandable to add new features Applicable to any language & currency User-friendly screen design Sustainable & scalable architecture Revised Kyoto Conventions WCO Data Model ISO/IEC Global Standard formats UN/EDIFACT Global Standard formats WCO’s Harmonized Commodity and Coding System ASEAN/EU/S. America SAD

12 Structure overview III. System structure UNI-PASS can be divided into: single window, clearance mgt system, cargo mgt system, information mgt system and the administration system. Import Clearance Export Clearance Duty collection Clearance Management Cargo Management Import Cargo Export Cargo Transit CLIS Single window Information management Groupware Human Resource Management Customer Relationship Management Performance management Risk management Knowledge management Customs data warehouse Investigation and Surveillance Post Audit APIS Administration system Conveyance single window Clearance single window

13 Administration System
III. System structure Single Window UNI-PASS single window provides a one-stop service for declarers during the cargo arrival and clearance stage. Single Window Arrival/departure reporting agencies Arrival/ departure report Arrival/ departure report Conveyance Single Window National Quarantine Service Notification Approval Shipping lines Airlines Forwarder Immigration Bureau, MOJ Clearance Single Window 5 agencies Verification confirmation Submit declaration Clearance customs formalities agencies Clearance results Approval Importer Exporter Customs Broker Declaration/arrival Approval results Notification Food and Drug Administration Natl’ Fisheries Products Quality Inspection Service Customs Administration System 13 agencies

14 III. System structure Import Cargo UNI-PASS Import Cargo provides a cargo information management for all cargo movement from arrival at the port to release Arrival Border Carry in & out Bonded Transportation Bonded Warehouse Carry in & out Import Cargo system Import Clearance Manifest audit Unloading Inventory Management Bonded Transportation Import Manifest Approval Carry in & out report Notification Bonded Transporta- tion report Approval Carry in & out report Approval Airline Shipping Line Master B/L House B/L Manifest Bonded Warehouse Bonded Transportation Bonded Warehouse Carry out Carry in B/L info MRN Forwarder Cargo Information Share

15 Import Clearance system Tax notification search Approval Notification
III. System structure Import Clearance UNI-PASS Import Clearance provides a paperless declaration for declarers during all clearance stages. Import Declaration Inspection Duty Payment Approval Import Clearance system Internet P/L Inspection Cargo Info Clearance Info Payment notification info Statistics Declaration accept Inspector assign Paper Inspection Approval Payment Management Import Approval Information Provide Physical Inspection Notification Verification Notification Tax notification search Receipt Approval Notification Release report Classification Valuation Import declaration Declarant Quarantines BANK Bonded Warehouse Consignor Release goods Duty Payment

16 Carry into loading area
III. System structure Export Cargo & Clearance UNI-PASS Export Cargo & Clearance provides a simplified procedures to increase competitiveness of local company. Export Declaration Export Approval Carry into loading area Departure Report Departure approval Shipping Line Forwarder Declarant Cargo Handling Request Master B/L House B/L Manifest Airline B/L info MRN Result acknowledgement Export Manifest Export Clearance system Export Cargo Sys Declarant Export Declaration Internet P/L Inspection Shipment Management Declaration Number Link Departure Approval request Approval Clearance Info Departure info Loading info Inspector assign Paper Inspection Approval Information Provide Quarantines Approval Physical Inspection Manifest submission Verification Request

17 III. System structure Post Audit UNI-PASS Post Audit provides Individual audit and company audit functions for customs officer after the declaration. Item Audit Company Audit Post Audit Sys Post Audit Sys Audit R/S Information Analysis Audit Company Selection Importer Importer Payment Notification Payment Notification Record Audit Opinion Document or Site Audit Payment Notification Result report Payment Payment Record result Payment notification BANK BANK Report Report Payment confirmation Payment confirmation

18 *CDW: Customs Data Warehouse
III. System structure Risk Management UNI-PASS Risk Management provides a information analysis service for cargo selectivity, clearance selectivity, audit selectivity and etc. Management Criteria *RM: Risk Management *CDW: Customs Data Warehouse Register Criteria Origin supplier Price CDW Customer Official Reflect Criteria Apply Criteria Analysis statistics Inspection Selectivity Import Cargo Review Drawback Accumulate Output Declaration Declaration Data

19 Sort high-risk passenger
III. System structure Advanced Passenger Information System UNI-PASS APIS provides a high risk passenger selection service for airport passenger. Passenger data (Pre-arrival) Selection for inspection Review of selection Arrival confirmation (Arrival info) Inspection Airline APIS Passenger list info (Pre-arrival) Passenger Info Inspection exempted Arrival report Selection Criteria Speedy clearance Sort high-risk passenger MOJ : ministry of justice NQS : National Quarantine Service KFDA: Korea Food and Drug Administration NPQS: National Plant Quarantine Service Arrival info Review the selection Decide inspection target Inspection of personal effects MoJ Immigration info Control of high-risk passengers *APIS: Advanced Passenger Information System

20 Public Service Applicant
III. System structure System architecture UNI-PASS system architecture is divided into 3 zones: Internal zone, Shared zone, and External Zone. Accrediting Center Public Service Applicant External Zone Firewall L4 L4 Spam Sniper L4 Shared Zone (DMZ) Homepage Web Clearance WEB Search Certification Server Mail Firewall Mutual backup Clearance Portal Clearance WAS Doc. Distribution SSO Internal zone High-speed Disk Backup Devices Clearance DB Mutual Backup Clearance DB

21 System Component Architecture
III. System structure Software architecture UNI-PASS has been developed by applying EJB on the base of J2EE component. System Component Architecture Enterprise JAVA Architecture e-Clearance Firewall Common info DB Server Export Draw back Export Cargo JDBC Entity Bean Web Application server/web server Session Bean Import Import Cargo JSP HTML Servlet Internet/ Intranet User

22 Maximize productivity
IV. Benefits Benefits UNI-PASS has improved customs administration, maximized productivity and raise efficiency in clearance and trade. Improve satisfaction Maximize productivity Raise efficiency Increase revenue Raise transparency and anti- corruption (clean customs) One-stop service Improve work environment and seek convenience Create e-Customs flexible to e-Biz & e-Trade Build a foundation for inter- agency information sharing structure and international trade gateway Enhance trade competitiveness by reducing clearance work time Create synergy by reusing national clearance information Enhance corporate & national competitiveness

23 IV. Benefits Benefits In case of Korea, 3.8 million USD/year is saved by ROI research from NIA and one customs officer is handling $127 million cargo. Time Saving Cost Saving Complete Clearance Internet / EDI Clearance Network Simplification Smooth Logistics + 1 day Export - 2 mins Logistics 2 billion USD Increase Productivities& National Competitiveness Office Supplies 55 Million USD +2 days Import - 1.5 hrs Customs 34 Million USD + 2 days Drawback - 5.2 hrs Taxes 48 Million USD + 4 hrs Tax Payment - 10 mins Reduce 130 Manpower


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