A. General Information
EU SEED (Systematic Electronic Exchange of Data)
B. Lessons Learned
To support the customs administrations of the Beneficiaries in their efforts to implement the SEED system for the exchange of pre-arrival information.
Improvement of BAs Risk Analysis Capacity and Trade Facilitation.
Development of a common system and a regional standard for the electronic and automatic exchange of encrypted pre-arrival information in “real-time” between Beneficiary Customs Administrations.
SAD (agreed set of data from Customs documents)
Cross-border border management within the region can reduce security risks. Systematic data exchange can harmonize customs border procedures.
Improved Administrative (organizational and operational) capacity at beneficiary administrations in order to properly manage the SEED.
Improved Cooperation within the Region with specific reference to cross border communication and cooperation; Integrated Border Management (IBM); as well as on reducing security risks.
Increase effectiveness of National Intelligence and Investigation Services
Enhanced EU Integration Perspective, with specific reference to the fulfilment of the Customs Blueprints requirements related with IT and exchange of information (NCTS; CNN/CSI, etc.)
Italian Customs Agency
New project in pipeline that will include other border agencies in the systematic data exchange. One step closer to Single Window in the Western Balkans Region.