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Report
Bureau of Customs
Towards a World-Class Customs Administration
Pushing Trade Facilitation Reforms
Towards Increased Export Competitiveness
Trade Facilitation
Main Objective
To minimize the transaction costs
and complexity of international
trade for business
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Trade Facilitation
Trader Benefits
Cut costs and reduce delays
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Faster Customs clearance and release through
predictable official intervention
Simple commercial framework for doing both
domestic and international trade
Enhanced effectiveness
Benefits of Trade Facilitation
Benefits to Economies
Promote export growth
Improve competitiveness in global market
Attract much needed FDI
Increase participation of SMEs in international
trade
Trade Facilitation Constraints
Excessive documentation requirements
Lack of automation
Lack of transparency, unclear and unspecified
import and export requirements
Inadequate procedures, especially lack of auditbased controls and risk assessment techniques
Need for cooperation among Customs and other
government agencies
5 POINT AGENDA
Revenue Enhancement
Trade Facilitation
Improved Enforcement
Professionalization of Personnel
Quality of Corporate Life Development
TF Initiatives
Strengthening of the Post Entry Audit
Group (PEAG)
Professionalization of the Customs
Service thru training and retraining of
BOC personnel
Re-deployment of non-intrusive
inspection (NII) machines or x-ray
facilities
X-ray Check System
LEGENDS:
Port
Subport
With Scanner
1. Port of Manila
5 units
2. MICP
4 units
3. NAIA
4. Port of Batangas
4 units
5. Port of Cebu
4 units
6. Port of Cagayan de Oro
2 units
7. Port of Zamboanga
1 unit
8. Port of Davao
5 units
9. Port of Subic
2 units
10. Port of Clark
2 units
11. San Fernando
1 unit
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30 UNITS TOTAL
X-ray Check System
RISK MANAGEMENT or SELECTIVITY SYSTEM
RED – Physical Inspection
X-Ray INspection
YELLOW – Document Check
GREEN – No Inspection
TF INITIATIVES
ESTABLISHMENT OF THE AUTHORIZED
ECONOMIC OPERATOR (AEO) PROGRAM,
TO BE KNOWN AS CUSTOMS-TRADE
ALLIANCE TO PROTECT AND ACCELERATE
TRADE OR C-TAPAT PROGRAM
TF INITIATIVES
CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATIVE ORDER HAS
BEEN DRAFTED WITH THE FFG
OBJECTIVES:
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To comply with the commitment of the Philippines to
implement the World Customs Organization (WCO)
Framework of Standards to Secure and Facilitate Global
Trade Framework (SAFE)
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To establish a voluntary certification program to be
known as Customs-Trade Alliance to protect and
accelerate Trade or (C-TAPAT).
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To enhance BOC-Business partnership on trade security
and trade facilitation based on trust and mutual respect.
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To establish accreditation procedures that offer certain
benefits and incentives to certain economic operators
considered as BOC’s trusted allies.
TF Initiatives
Implement as early as possible the National
Single Window (NSW) and later on the ASEAN
Single Window (ASW) for single submission,
single processing and single decision making.
Exec Order: Creating the National Single Window
(NSW) Task Force for Cargo Clearance
MAJOR PROVISION:
“Government Departments and
Agencies involved in the cargo
clearance release must cooperate with
each other in order to provide the
Bureau of Customs with automated
electronic system required for the
establishment, implementation, and
operation of the NSW, and eventually
the ASW.”
NSW is now operational at 30 government agencies
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Board of Investments
Bureau of Animal Industry
Bureau of Customs
Bureau of Export and Trade Promotion
Bureau of Fisheries and Aquatic Resources
Bureau of Import Services
Bureau of Internal Revenue
Bureau of Quarantine
Bureau of Plant Industry
Bureau of Product Standards
Dangerous Drugs Board
Department of Health
Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines
Environment Management Bureau
Fertilizer and Pesticide Authority
AGENCIES IN THE NSW
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Firearms and Explosives Office
Food and Drug Administration
Forest Management Bureau
Maritime Industry Authority
National Food Authority
National Meat Inspection Service
National Telecommunications Commission
Optical Media Board
Philippine Coconut Authority
Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency
Philippine Economic Zone Authority
Philippine National Police
Philippine Nuclear Research Institute
Phillippine Ozone Desk
Sugar Regulatory Administration
TF Initiatives
Implement e2M Customs projectwhere all
Customs transactions, from import,
export and transshipment, will be
covered
E2M Status and Enhancement
A. E2M Customs System
1. Import and Assessment System
- implemented nationwide as of August 2010
2. Automated Export Documentation System
( new version – web based )
- pilot implementation in POM and MICP. Unisys to
meet with various exports group on April 1, 2011 to
agree with the implementation date.
E2M Status and Enhancement
3. Other Applications Systems
- Informal Entry System – Full implementation by April
30, 2011
- Automated Bonds Management System –CMO is
under review
- Transit System – Implementation to be completed by
April 30, 2011
- Value Reference Information System (VRIS)-
system configuration being done by MISTG & VRIS
group
E2M Status and Enhancement
5. Client Profile Registration System
Export Agencies (PhilExport, BOI, EDC)
were required to submit list of members in
good standing by 3.11.2011
- VASPs to help encode and transmit CPRS
data of Exporters to E2M by March 25, 2011
- MISTG to activate exporters CPRS
- Meeting with EDC, Philexport , BOI is set
April 1, 2011 to follow-up on status and set
schedule for implementation of AEDS.
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E2M STATUS and
ENHANCEMENT
B. Electronic Certificate of Payment System
- nationwide implementation done in 2010
C. Enhanced Risk Management System
- implemented also in 2011 under
ASYCUDA 1.16D
Procedural and Technical
Enhancements of I-Care
• Introduced a systematic and computerized
procedure in the handling of documents
submitted to ICARE (i.e. scanning of
applications)
• Initiated a faster mode of sending notices to
applicant-importers and brokers by sending
e-mails
• Designating pre-evaluators for completeness
of documents
• Creation of TWG for the rationalization of
Accreditation requirements.

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