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Implementation of Risk Management System (RMS) in Imports at ICD Powarkheda

..... 2019 PUBLIC NOTICE NO: 08/2019 SUB: - Regarding: Attention of all Importers, Custom House Agents (CHA) and members of the Trade is invited to the Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) Programme replacing earlier Accredited Client Programme (ACP) is being implemented. The details of this program are set out in the CBIC circular No 33/2016-Cus dated 22/07 /2016, issued from F.No.450/179/2009-cus.1V (Pt). The detailed procedure for clearance of the Bills of Entry (B/Es) under the Indian Customs EDI System (ICES) after the introduction of the RMS is given below. 2. The Risk Management System in Imports will be made operational at Port from 15.02.2019. 3. The objective of the RMS is to strike an optimal balance between facilitation and enforcement and to enable low risk consignments to be cleared based on the acceptance of the importer's self assessment and without examination. This will enable the department to enhance the level of facilitation and speed up the process of cargo clearance without compromising the interests of revenue. With the introduction of the RMS, the present practice of routine assessment, concurrent audit and examination of almost all Bills of Entry will be disco .....

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..... be given assured facilitation. The BES filed by such importers would be cleared without any assessment and examination by the officers based on the self declaration. CBIC Circular No: 33/2016 - cus dated 22/07/2016 on the subject may be referred in this regard. For details please visit www.cbic.gov.in or www.icegate.gov.in, from where the application form can be downloaded. All eligible Importers are advised to apply to the Designated AEO Programme Manager and avail the benefits of the scheme. Once granted AEO status, the benefits of AEO scheme may be availed by the importer across all Ports/ Airports/ICDs/CFSs in India, where RMS is rolled out. Though most AEO Bills of Entry will be selected for 'no assessment & no examination' based on the importer's self assessment, the RMS will select a small percentage of Bills at random for assessment/ examination. Soon after filing a Bill of Entry in the ICES by the AEO, the system will generate the Bill of Entry Number and print a copy of the B/E with the TR6 challan for duty payment. The Importer/CHA shall proceed to the bank for duty payment (if any) before proceeding to take out of charge for the goods. Though self asses .....

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..... E provisionally/finally based on this indication. Failure to indicate valid SVB details in the annexure would lead to non-facilitation. c) Undertaking: If there is any .undertaking to be given by the Importer for availing any notification claimed in the B/E, it is advisable that details of such undertaking be given at the time of filing the annexure it self. d) Central Excise Certificates: In case the goods to be cleared are covered by Customs (Import of Goods at Concessional Rate of Duty for Manufacture of Excisable Goods) Rules, 1996, the Importer/CHA, must indicate the details of such certificates in the annexure to the B/E. e) Miscellaneous Certificates: For availing specific notification benefit, the Importer is required to submit certain Customs Duty exemption certificates from designated authorities like Directorate General of Hydrocarbons, Directorate of Health Services, Ministry of Defence, etc. The Importers must mention the details of all such certificates in the Annexure to the B/E while filing at the ICEGATE/ Service Centre. It may please be noted that goods registration cannot be done without proper debit of bonds. As regards undertakings, certificates etc., either th .....

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..... prints the list of crucial documents/Certificates/Undertakings etc to be collected for each exemption notifications claimed in the B/E. Importers and CHA's are advised to study the Allied Acts and Notifications and prepare the necessary documentation before filing B/E. 11. Examination and Out of Charge (OOC): Based on the RMS output a Bill of Entry may be sent for examination alone without any assessment. Such Bills of Entry will be examined by the officers based on the system examination order and suggested CCRs. All other Bills of Entry selected for examination will be processed as per the examination order given by the Group and the instructions given by RMS along with the suggested CCRs. The system of goods registration followed by examination and out of charge will continue. In the case of Bills of Entry which are not selected for examination, the officers will inspect only the marks and numbers, or seal number of the container and integrity of the seal as the case may be, and proceed to give "out of charge" (OOC) after the Importer/ CHA complies with the CCRs and produces the required documents. In case of Ex-bond Bills of Entry, the OOC will be given by Superi .....

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..... t of charge. The demand note on account of any short levy will be raised by the PCA section with the prior approval of the Additional/ Joint Commissioner in charge. Barring cases requiring detailed investigation, in all cases the department will issue a consultative letter to the importer, where a potential short levy is discovered during audit. The consultative letter will set out the grounds for the auditor's new in the matter and seek the importer's response thereto. In the event, the department's view is acceptable to the importer; he may pay the duty difference voluntarily. In case there is no agreement, the formal processes of demand notices, adjudication etc., would follow. Undue delay in responding to the Consultative Letter may lead to non-facilitation (in any case within 30 days). 14. DATA Quality: The RMS is designed in a manner whereby Importers/CHAs giving proper data in the B/E filed will be facilitated. The system identifies the shortcomings in any Bill of Entry and directs such Bills of Entry for action. Hence, the trade can get maximum benefit out of the system by ensuring that the information submitted in all relevant fields of the Bill of Entry is com .....

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