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Implementation of Risk Management System (P.MS) in Exports at ICD Powarkheda

2019 PUBLIC NOTICE NO: 06/2019 Sub: -reg. Attention of all Exporters, Custom House Agents (CHA) and members of the Trade is invited to the Board's Circular No. 23/2013- Customs dated 24th June, 2013 on the implementation of Risk Management System (RMS) in Exports. The detailed procedure for clearance of the Shipping Bills under the Indian Customs EDI System (ICES) after the introduction of the RMS is given below. 2. Risk Management System in exports will be made operational at Inland Container Depot, Powarkheda461110, Tehsil-Hoshangabad, District- Hoshangabad (M.P.) from 15.02.2019. It is proposed to implement the Export module of RMS in two phases. In the first phase, which is proposed to be rolled out on 15.02.2019, RMS will process t .....

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lected by the Risk Management System, in order that the resources of the department are utilized more effectively. 4. The RMS Process: Shipping Bills filed electronically into the Indian Customs EDI System (ICES) through the Service Centre or the ICEGATE will be processed by RMS. The RMS will process the data through a series of steps /corridors and produce an electronic output for the ICES. The RMS will process Shipping Bill data, on submission and after every amendment stage and communicate the output to ICES. This output from RMS will determine the flow of the Shipping Bill in ICES i.e whether the Shipping Bill will be taken up for Customs control (verification of self- assessment or examination or both) or to be given "Let Export O .....

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s. 5. Compulsory Compliance requirements (CCRs): The RMS has a consolidated database of the compliance requirements arising out of various Allied Acts which are administered by other government departments (OGD) and implemented by Customs at the borders. The Exporters/ CHAs are advised to study the applicable Allied Acts and go through the CCR for each of the RITC mentioned in the Shipping Bill, and submit necessary documents/ permits [Certificates/Licenses etc at the time of goods registration. The CCRs will be made available on the CBIC website www.cbic.gov.in shortly. In order to get full benefit of reduction in dwell time, it is advisable for the exporters/CHAs to ensure that the required documentation is meticulously prepared and kept .....

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will be sent to Export Appraising Section. Present assessment process in ICES will continue. The Export Appraising Section shall assess the bills as per RMS Instructions. The Compulsory Compliance Requirements (CCRs) suggested by the RMS will be examined by the Export Appraising Section and the documents required, if any should be submitted promptly by the Exporters/CHAs. The existing query mechanism in ICES will continue. 8. Examination and Let Export Order (LEO): Based on the RMS output a Shipping Bill may be sent for assessment and examination or examination alone without any assessment. Such Shipping Bills will be examined by the officers based on the RMS instructions/ examination order given in the system by Export Appraising Section a .....

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All these documents should be neatly kept in a docket, which will have a check list on the top, containing the documents listed supra. The Check list shall be signed by the LEO officer and the representative of the CHA/Exporter. 10. Post Clearance Audit (PCA): Consequent to the implementation of second phase of export RMS, a Post- Clearance Audit (PCA) function will be introduced in respect of exports after the LEO is given for export consignment. The objective of PCA is to monitor, maintain and enhance compliance levels, while reducing the dwell time of cargo. The RMS will select the Shipping Bills for audit, after issue of LEO, and these selected Shipping Bills will be directed to the audit officers for scrutiny by the ICES. {n case any p .....

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item, besides the correctness of classification, valuation, claim of benefits under export promotion schemes, if any, and also ensure compliance with mandatory requirements prescribed under Foreign Trade Policy and/or allied enactments. They are required to ensure the correctness of all critical aspects of description like brand, model, make, number, specification, grade, purity, configuration, capacity, denier etc. which may have a direct bearing on valuation, classification or claim of benefits under export promotion schemes. They shall make sure that all mandatory fields in the SB are properly filled. While discharging their functions, they would be required to follow all the existing instructions [Standing Orders on the subject. Any mis .....

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