The General Department of Customs is in charge of tightly regulating administrative processes and refining the digital customs model

The General Department of Customs is in charge of tightly regulating administrative processes and refining the digital customs model 26/04/2024 02:04:00 57

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Plans and arising administrative reform tasks will be implemented synchronously and dramatically starting in the first quarter of 2024, according to the General Department of Customs. A growing number of people are advocating for the reform of administrative procedures, which includes stringently regulating their issuance, focusing on evaluating their effects and decreasing administrative procedures.

Photo: Quang Minh.

4.68 million documents were submitted seeking the conclusion of administrative procedures in the first quarter of 2024

The thorough implementation of administrative procedure control is still ongoing, and it entails the following: strictly enforcing the effect evaluation of administrative procedures and making administrative procedures public; List and make public customs policies, import-export and immigration-related procedures at customs clearance sites; streamline administrative processes and cut expenses; Address administrative processes in the allotted time; etc.

Since the start of the year, the General Department of Customs has adhered strictly to the Ministry of Finance's plans, concentrating on carrying out administrative reform initiatives through the release of the General Department of Customs' 2024 Administrative Reform Plan given that administrative reform is recognized as one of the crucial, ongoing undertakings that enhances national competitiveness.

Furthermore, the government's Resolution No. 01/NQ-CP, dated January 5, 2024, has been carried out by the General Department of Customs through the Action Plan, which outlines the primary responsibilities and solutions for carrying out the socioeconomic development plan and the government's Resolution No. 02/NQ-CP, dated January 5, 2024 is to enhance the business climate and improve the country's competitiveness by that year.

In 2024, the General Department of Customs intends to control administrative procedures. Consequently, the General Department of Customs still fully understands how crucial it is to maintain administrative process control. The implementation of administrative procedure impact assessments must be made sure of while drafting papers, submitting the notification of administrative processes, promulgating legal documents, and putting them into effect. The National Administrative Procedures Database should also be updated and made public.

Reduced and simplified regulations pertaining to customs commercial activities are also a goal of the General Department of Customs through the process of establishing legislation.

The Customs sector will carry on efficiently implementing and guaranteeing advancements on the decentralization plan in order to settle administrative procedures inside the purview of customs management. Additionally, keep reviewing and investigating ideas to lessen rules pertaining to business operations  to make things less complicated for both consumers and companies.

Finish creating the digital customs model

The General Department of Customs organized a conference for the leadership of the department and the Standing Committee of the Party Committee of the department to discuss the outcomes of the recent digital transformation of the customs industry and carry out the Digital Transformation Plan of the department. At the same time, they encourage digital transformation, modernize and reform Customs in the 2024–2025 timeframe, and create the General Department of Customs' 2024 Digital Transformation Plan.

Additionally, the General Department of Customs has finished developing the overall model for creating Smart Customs and Digital Customs, which aims to digitize the entire customs process—including all phases prior to, during, and following clearance—ensuring simplification, automating and connecting information flows, and fully reflecting state management requirements on customs from start to finish.

In order to ensure strict adherence to legal provisions, the Prime Minister asked the Ministry of Finance and the General Department of Customs to provide equipment to support the modernization of the customs industry, as well as inspection, supervision, and customs control at border gates and seaport areas.

Boost collaborative efforts and the sharing of customs data with nations in the area and beyond, particularly strategic trading partners with high import-export turnover, to establish advantageous export conditions for Vietnamese goods and vice versa.

Thúy Nga



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