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3 End © UNCTAD 2000 2 ASYCUDA ++ Modules Mouse Click to move on to the next slide … an explanation of the modular structure of ASYCUDA ++ and a brief description of the purpose of each module. Next

4 End © UNCTAD 2000 3 ASYCUDA ++ ASYCUDA is a complete and fully integrated Customs computer system. The ASYCUDA interface makes operation easier for the user by: - Presenting the system to the user in the form of task specific modules...modules designed for the needs of an office or of a particular grouping of functions. The ASYCUDA System Next

5 End © UNCTAD 2000 4 ASYCUDA ++ The Customs Branch Office Module: The Customs Branch Office Module: Declaration processing, e.g., data entry, tax calculations, registration, assessment and cargo release Declaration status reports. The Customs Branch Office Module: The Customs Branch Office Module: Declaration processing, e.g., data entry, tax calculations, registration, assessment and cargo release Declaration status reports. Examples of module functions are: However... The Customs Accounting Module: The Customs Accounting Module: For payments of duty and taxes Accounting reports. The Customs Accounting Module: The Customs Accounting Module: For payments of duty and taxes Accounting reports. Next

6 End © UNCTAD 2000 5 These two modules are closely interconnected, yet the users in each office need have access only to the one module for normal tasks. A similar relationship exists between all modules, i.e., full integrated, but.. task specific module functional content. ASYCUDA ++ Next

7 End © UNCTAD 2000 6 ASYCUDA system modules are grouped into main three types, according to function: - General office User modules Specialist office User modules System maintenance and reporting The Modules 1111 1111 2222 2222 3333 3333 Next …to go directly to a description of the module group function …. or Select..

8 End © UNCTAD 2000 7 ASYCUDA system modules are grouped into main three types, according to function: - The Modules 1. General office User modules are for basic or mainstream Customs processes, such as the input and processing of declaration data, and Customs controls. 1. General office User modules are for basic or mainstream Customs processes, such as the input and processing of declaration data, and Customs controls. Next

9 End © UNCTAD 2000 8 ASYCUDA system modules are grouped into main three types, according to function: - The Modules 2. Specialist User modules are generally for Customs support functions. These functions integrate with or add to the main Customs processes of the General office modules. 2. Specialist User modules are generally for Customs support functions. These functions integrate with or add to the main Customs processes of the General office modules. Next

10 End © UNCTAD 2000 9 ASYCUDA system modules are grouped into main three types, according to function: - The Modules 3. System Maintenance and Reporting modules manage the running of the ASYCUDA ++ system on a day to day basis. 3. System Maintenance and Reporting modules manage the running of the ASYCUDA ++ system on a day to day basis. Next

11 End © UNCTAD 2000 10 MODCBR 1. Module MODCBR is the Customs general (Branch) office module and the central part of the ASYCUDA system. MODCBR is for Customs data entry, declaration processing and general controls. MODBRK 2. Module MODBRK is the general office module for Customs brokers or declarants - to prepare and present declarations to Customs by Direct Trader Input(DTI). MODCBR MODBRK General User Modules Next

12 End © UNCTAD 2000 11 General User Modules Customs Declarations: Data capture and validation Calculations, messaging on Customs controls Storage of data and declaration registration Selectivity, inspection routing and reporting of inspection result Assessment, delivery MODCBR - Customs Branch Office Next

13 End © UNCTAD 2000 12 General User Modules Customs Declarations: Data capture and validation Calculations, messaging on Customs controls Storage of data and declaration registration Selectivity, inspection routing and reporting of inspection result Assessment, delivery Linked Functions: Manifest details; cargo discharge Duties and taxes payable or paid Selectivity controls - process routing and nomination of examiners Stock records for suspense procedures Management information MODCBR - Customs Branch Office Next

14 End © UNCTAD 2000 13 MODCBR is the core module for customs operations and covers declaration processing for all procedures. Records and controls for warehouse and temporary imports and exports are managed from within module MODCBR. General User Modules MODCBR - Customs Branch Office Many management controls are accessible from MODCBR, such as views of manifests, control selections, and full transaction and declaration processing histories. Many management controls are accessible from MODCBR, such as views of manifests, control selections, and full transaction and declaration processing histories. End of section on MODCBR. To return to General User modules.. Back Next

15 End © UNCTAD 2000 14 General User Modules This module has similar (but restricted) data entry and declaration processing functions to MODCBR. MODBRK is used for Direct Trader Input (DTI)*. MODBRK - Customs Brokers Office Next

16 End © UNCTAD 2000 15 Used in the Custom Broker or Declarants office:- To prepare and present Customs Declarations: Data capture and validation Calculations, messaging on controls Storage of declaration data and subject to Customs agreement on acceptable processing flows: Registration and/or Assessment Payment and release General User Modules Customs Server connection is required for these processes MODBRK - Customs Brokers Office Processes where a Customs Server connection is not necessary Next

17 End © UNCTAD 2000 16 Custom brokers and Declarants can, using ASYCUDA ++ module MODBRK, prepare, check and (electronically) present declarations to Customs. System security controls ensure data integrity and commercial confidentiality. Duty and tax payment can be processed automatically, with the optional (and customs approved) use of credit and pre-payment accounts. General User Modules MODBRK - Customs Brokers Office This module can also be used to initiate processes for the movement of goods under National transit provisions. This module can also be used to initiate processes for the movement of goods under National transit provisions. Next

18 End © UNCTAD 2000 17 General user modules Many Broker/Declarant activities can be done off-line, i.e., without a wire or telephone connection to the Customs central computer (called the server). Legal actions, such as registration of a document or process with Customs, require connection. MODBRK - Customs Brokers Office Next Back End of section on General User Modules. You can go.. or to continue..

19 End © UNCTAD 2000 18 ASYCUDA specialist modules are dedicated to specific Customs functions. MODCAR - Carrier or Manifest module MODACC - Accounting module MODSEL - Selectivity Controls module MODTRS - National Transit module MODSDI - SAD Deferred Input module Specialist User Modules MODCAR MODACC MODSEL MODSDI MODTRS Next Select a module to go directly to a description of that module …or Back

20 End © UNCTAD 2000 19 The manifest module accepts summary manifest detail and transport document particulars. Manifests may be stored while under preparation. Manifests are formalised with Customs by Registration. Data is secure and actions recorded. Manifest detail amendments may be made, including degroupage details, location of goods upon discharge, shortage and surplus reporting. Specialist User Modules Once the data is within ASYCUDA, a fully accountable stock record of goods under Customs control is created. MODCAR - Carrier or Manifesting Module Next

21 End © UNCTAD 2000 20 Specialist User Modules Manifested goods are acquitted (removed from Customs stock) by: 1. A clearing Customs declaration that matches on: - Manifest Registration number; Transport document number; and Quantity of goods (packages and weight). 2.Transit or Transhipment or 3. Manual discharge Manifest details, or the status of manifested cargo, can be viewed from within modules MODCBR, MODBRK and MODTRS. MODCAR - Carrier or Manifesting Module Next End of section on MODCAR. To return to Specialist Modules.. Back

22 End © UNCTAD 2000 21 Specialist User Modules This module is for receiving all duties and taxes calculated through ASYCUDA declaration processing. Non-declaration cash collections - such as fees or charges - are also handled, as well as reimbursements or refunds. Customer accounts may also be set up by Customs, allowing declaration clearances (i.e., payments) against authorised credit levels or prepaid amounts. MODACC - Accounting or Fiscal Module Next

23 End © UNCTAD 2000 22 Specialist User Modules The Accounting module gives all the tools and controls to effectively manage revenue collections - with complete accountability. A full audit trail, with a secure and easily viewable record of all transactions and activities. Strictly controlled levels of access. For larger operations, management of cashier shifts, and multiple cashiers per shift. Standard reporting, with a range of daybook and transaction summaries. MODACC - Accounting or Fiscal Module Next End of section on MODACC. To return to Specialist Modules.. Back

24 End © UNCTAD 2000 23 Selectivity Selectivity is the process of using declaration data, together with information from other sources, to identify goods or transactions of particular interest to Customs.... to identify those goods or transactions that may present a risk to national objectives, such as a risk to collection of duty of taxes, or to the enforcement of controls. Specialist User Modules MODSEL - Selectivity Controls Module Next

25 End © UNCTAD 2000 24 Selectivity is the selective inspection of transactions - either by physical examination or check of documents ASYCUDA allows the channeling of declarations to four processing lanes, nominated by colour: - Red lane for physical check; Yellow lane for documentary check; Blue lane for the option of post import/export audit; or Green lane for release Specialist User Modules MODSEL - Selectivity Controls Module Next

26 End © UNCTAD 2000 25 Any data captured through declaration or manifest input can be used as a basis for selection. The effectiveness of selection as a administrative policy relies on: - the development of the analytical skills of staff the accurate feed back of results into the selection process. monitoring for quality control Specialist User Modules MODSEL - Selectivity Controls Module Next

27 End © UNCTAD 2000 26 For examinations, the module allows for the automatic allocation of selected declarations. Allocation may be to work group, (for example, by location or commodity), or to Examiner and Chief Examiner. The allocation process can also measure workload and reallocate jobs as necessary. Specialist User Modules Selectivity status, (current or historical), and details, are easily viewed from MODSEL and also the main Customs office module, MODCBR. Authorised levels of system access control the rerouting of selected declarations. Selectivity status, (current or historical), and details, are easily viewed from MODSEL and also the main Customs office module, MODCBR. Authorised levels of system access control the rerouting of selected declarations. MODSEL - Selectivity Controls Module Next Back End of section on MODSEL. To return to Specialist Modules..

28 End © UNCTAD 2000 27 The national transit functions The national transit functions within ASYCUDA ++ are used to monitor and control the movement of goods in transit within the country. Controlled movements can include all forms of internal transit, such as: - Border to border (i.e. through transit); Border to inland office, or inland office to border; and Transfers from one inland office to another Specialist User Modules MODTRS – National Transit Control Next

29 End © UNCTAD 2000 28 Different documents and procedures are used to control or track the movement of goods in transit: - Specialist User Modules MODTRS – National Transit Control TIR Carnet T1 Transit The TIR Carnet deals with the national segment of an international transit. The T1 Transit Document is used to control the movement of goods in national transit. (The document/screen looks similar to a SAD.) Next

30 End © UNCTAD 2000 29 In additional to normal transit, ASYCUDA ++ modules MODTRS and MODBRK have a function that allows a simplified (or provisional) import procedure. In additional to normal transit, ASYCUDA ++ modules MODTRS and MODBRK have a function that allows a simplified (or provisional) import procedure. A Broker or Declarant can present a document (paper or electronic) as an intention on an upcoming import. A Broker or Declarant can present a document (paper or electronic) as an intention on an upcoming import. After authorisation by Customs, the document covers the movement from a border office to the place where the goods are to be cleared. After authorisation by Customs, the document covers the movement from a border office to the place where the goods are to be cleared. Specialist User Modules MODTRS – National Transit Control FIP Next This is called a First Identification Procedure, or FIP This is called a First Identification Procedure, or FIP

31 End © UNCTAD 2000 30 Controls are managed through the ASYCUDA ++ national computer network. An automated messaging process passes details of the transit goods from an originating office (office of departure) to a destination office. An automated messaging process passes details of the transit goods from an originating office (office of departure) to a destination office. Receipt of the transit goods at the destination office acquits the transit record at the office of departure. Receipt of the transit goods at the destination office acquits the transit record at the office of departure. Goods for import or export clearance are transferred to the normal Customs control process, by first creating a goods manifest from the transit document. Specialist User Modules MODTRS – National Transit Control Next Back End of section on MODTRS. To return to Specialist Modules..

32 End © UNCTAD 2000 31 Module MODSDI is used for input and data validation of declarations initially processed through a non-computerised office. This allows for an effective check of the calculations and the other details of the manually processed declaration.... and incorporates the data into the ASYCUDA database to facilitate reporting and statistical extractions Specialist User Modules MODSDI - SAD Deferred Input Module Next End of section on MODSDI. To return to Specialist Modules go.. Back

33 End © UNCTAD 2000 32 Maintenance & Reporting Additional ASYCUDA modules are used for the setup of the system, (National and Office configuration modules), and for system maintenance and statistical reporting. Module MODCHQ is used to maintain the systems reference tables and gives access to standard statistical extracts. MODCHQMODCHQ Next

34 End © UNCTAD 2000 33 Maintenance & Reporting The module called the Headquarters Module is used to set up and to maintain the ASYCUDA systems reference tables. The reference tables contain: the standard international codes, such as the HS Tariff, country and currency codes; national codes, such as office, broker/declarant and company codes; and calculation data, like rates of currency exchange, duty and tax rates, special exemptions and concessions. MODCHQ - Customs Headquarters Module Next

35 End © UNCTAD 2000 34 Maintenance & Reporting The headquarters module also gives quick access to standard statistical extractions from the ASYCUDA transaction database. Standard reports give a choice of views of the statistical database. If the preprogrammed views or reports are not sufficient in certain circumstances, SQL queries may be run from the ASYCUDA interface. MODCHQ - Customs Headquarters Module Next End of section on Maintenance and Reporting Modules.. either go Back

36 End © UNCTAD 2000 35 Maintenance & Reporting Name of view: Ordered and totaled by: Customs DatabaseCountries/Products Country Products/Countries Products Financial DatabaseDuty/tax Account Duty/tax Country Duty/tax Product Duty/tax Customs Procedure Economic DatabaseImporter/Exporter/Country Importer/Exporter/Product List of Companies/Country List of Companies/Product Loss of revenue (preferences and concessions) - by budget codes, company, commodity and country. Standard Reports MODCHQ - Customs Headquarters Module Next

37 End © UNCTAD 2000 36 System Integration MODCBRMODCBR MODBRKMODBRK MODCHQMODCHQ MODCAR MODACC MODSEL MODSDI The General Office Modules, for Customs and Customs Brokers For deferred data input.. and Systems maintenance & statistics.. Closely linked to modules for Accounting, Selectivity, National Transit and Cargo Manifesting controls.. MODTRS Next

38 End © UNCTAD 2000 37 For further details on the ASYCUDA ++ system see the Description of Application Software (Functional Overview). Modular Structure End


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