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THE electronic-to-mobile/import assessment system (e2m/IAS) set for adoption in Subic and Clark on February 16 will run alongside an old operating system at the two ecozones.

Locators and importers will be able to file their warehousing and consumption entries under the IAS while transshipment entries will continue to be filed under the old Automated Customs Operating System.

But before stakeholders can file their entries via the e2m/IAS in Subic or Clark, they must first secure their Client Customs Number (CCN) and Bank Reference Number (BRN) otherwise their entries will be rejected.

After Subic and Clark, the BOC is looking at implementing the e2m/IAS at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport within the first quarter of 2010.

The BOC is currently finalizing parameters of the NAIA implementation to accommodate proposals of stakeholders.

The e2m/IAS is designed to harmonize, rationalize, and streamline imports and exports processing and improve trade facilitation between the BOC and its stakeholders, including other government agencies through the development and integration of various systems that will allow an extensive use of e-Commerce solutions towards a non face-to-face transaction procedures.

The implementation of IAS covers lodgment through value-added service providers, the Client Profile Registration System; Electronic Manifest System; clearance of Formal Entry System (consumption and warehousing); use of Payment Abstract Secure System v. 5.0; application of non-cash payments, consisting of Tax Exemption Certificates, Import Entry Declaration, Tax Debit Memos, Import Entry Declaration/Advanced Payment and Deferred Payment of Government Accounts through the e2m Payment System; On-Line Release System; and License and Clearance System involving government agencies that are ready to upload their licenses, clearances and other authorizations to the e2m Customs.

 

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