BOMCA experts share EU experiences on application of digital customs declarations systems and automation of the related customs processes

  • Thematic Component: 3. Facilitation of Trade
  • Country: Kazakhstan

From February 28 to March 1, the EU-funded Border Management Programme in Central Asia (BOMCA 10) holds a three-day national workshop in Almaty on improvements of electronic data flows related to customs clearance processes and the digitalisation of process flows.

With the participation of the EU experts from the State Revenue Service of Latvia, BOMCA 10 assists in conducting an assessment of the current state of play of digitalization and automation of customs processes, existing customs information systems, e-services provided by customs, as well as on the integration of «single window». Based on findings, the experts will provide recommendations (guidelines) for further development of customs declarations systems, as well as optimization of the related customs processes in Kazakhstan.