FROM 2011 TO THE END 2014, PILOTING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF NATIONAL ONE-STOP SHOP (OSS) CUSTOMS MECHANISM
On August 31, 2011, the Prime Minister issued the 48/2011/QD-TTg on piloting the implementation of National One-Stop Shop (OSS) customs mechanism applied for exports, imports, goods in transit or transport means of exit, entry, or transit.
Mechanism of national OSS customs is the permitted system of integration: the parties participating in the export or import file or submit information and standardized documents to a single receiving place; the State agencies process data, information and make the decisions based on system of processes and united and synchronous procedures; make the decisions and send them to the system agreed the supply and the unified exchange of information between state agencies.
At the same time, the mechanism of national OSS must ensure that the customs authorities shall make a final decision on the clearance, release of exports, imports, goods in transit or transport means of exit, entry, or transit based on the decisions of the concerned State agencies that are promptly delivered by the system in accordance with the provisions of supply of public services.
The contents of piloting implementation of mechanism of national OSS customs, including selecting and publishing the list of administrative procedures applying the pilot of mechanism of national OSS customs; declaring and receiving declaration information of the administrative procedures through electronic means; providing feedback of information and returning the results to the agencies, the units implementing administrative procedures through electronic means together with returning paper records (for procedures not recognized electronic records); exchanging information on the agencies and the units implementing administrative procedures and outcomes of decision-making of agencies and units through electronic means; making electronic payment for taxes, fees and charges through the commercial banking system based on exchange agreements and processing of information of collection, payment of taxes, charges and fees between the concerned State agencies and the commercial banks; electronic documents exchanged between state agencies together on the system of national OSS customs in implementing the administrative procedures have legal validity as paper documents; preparing the necessary conditions to implement the exchange of information on certificates of origin (C/O) under the ATIGA Agreement in ASEAN and toward recognizing electronic C/O between the Member countries of ASEAN and so on.
To the time, route of piloting implementation, the Prime Minister has plan that from October 2011 to December 2012: making legal documents, processes and procedures; preparing conditions on information technology infrastructure and building systems of information technology of national OSS customs; from January to December 2013: piloting the implementation in ministerial-level agencies and units; from January to December 2014: expanding the pilot of implementation in related ministerial-level agencies and several local state agencies .
In principle, capital raising and investment mechanisms to implement the mechanism of national OSS customs is fully utilized and harmonious combination of resources including: ODA funds, non-refundable aid funds, the state budget funds and other funds, including funds mobilized from the private sector in the form of public – private cooperation.This decision takes effect from October 15, 2011.