Services to National Authorities and EU Institutions
As the eCustoms environment in the EU continues to develop and assumes greater complexity, the EU Commission and National Authorities responsible for eCustoms implementation are facing an evolving set of challenges.
Effective identification, preparation for, and management of these challenges
remains a high priority, and covers a wide scope of topics ranging from the strengthening of controls to tackle fraud and security risks, greater monitoring of EU customs law, improving efficiency, harnessing innovation, optimising the usability of electronic customs systems, addressing eCommerce, preparing for BREXIT, and continuing to work with international partners in the field of customs.
The eCustoms reform remains a dynamic process as the EU Commission continues to consolidate a new legal framework for the Customs Union with new working methods and IT tools, in partnership with National Authorities.
MASP and UCC Transition
Customs Systems Implementation
CCN/CSI and CCN2 Transition
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