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MACEDONIAN CUSTOMS ADMINISTRATION
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ICT SECTOR

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IT ARCHITECTURE AND IT
SYSTEMS


PRESENT AND
FUTURE

MACEDONIAN CUSTOMS
ADMINISTRATION


MCA

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MCA PRIORITIES


Improve the collection of fees and the trade policy
during import and export; prevent smuggling and offer
uniform application of the Customs Code, faster release
of goods during import/export and other procedures
during which companies may be identified as
trustworthy and representing a smaller risk in the course
of performance of their duties to customs


Reflect both the government and the public opinion on
effective control over prohibited goods, intellectual
property rights etc


Ensure integrity and effectiveness in controlling the
movement of goods and passengers, and offer a more
effective data analysis for internal and external
statistical use

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IT STRATEGY AND
DEVELOPMENT PLAN


The IT strategy and development plan are based,
above all on the MCA’s strategy aims and on the
complementary aims of the IT and other strategies
of the Government of Republic of Macedonia. The
same should enable definition of all entities, parties
and participants in the Customs operations as well
as enabling definition and automatic realisation of
the functions between them. ICT is necessary and
powerful tool used for automation and
improvement of the Customs operations,
acceleration and simplification of the Customs
procedures in general

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INTEROPERABILITY AND
INTERCONNECTIVITY WITH EU
CUSTOMS SYSTEMS


In the moment of accession in the EU, the ICT
must meet all prerequisites related to the
interoperability and interconnectivity with the EU IT
systems and at the same time must ensure
collection of all national and EU duties while not
impeding the functionality in the flow of persons
and goods.


The need of functioning of the ICT system within
the frame and in direct correlation with the IT
systems operating within the DG TAXUD frame is
especially emphasised.

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ORGANIZATION


HQ IN SKOPJE


5 REGIONAL DIRECTORATES


40 CUSTOMS OFFICES & BRANCHES,
40 CONNECTED IN MAKCIS


MAKCIS


MACEDONIAN CUSTOMS
INFORMATION SYSTEM

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ICT DIVISION


DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT


PROJECT MANAGEMENT


PROGRAMMING


APPLICATION SUPPORT DEPARTMENT


APPLICATION SUPPORT


STATISTICS AND ANALYSES


HELP DESK


TECHNICAL SUPPORT DEPARTMENT


SYSTEM SUPPORT


USER SUPPORT


SECURITY

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APPLICATIONS IN USE


CUSTOMS DECLARATION
PROCESSING SOFTWARE (CDPS)


CUSTOMS SOFTWARE NOT DIRECTLY
CONNECTED WITH CDPS


COMMON SOFTWARE

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CDPS
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ASYCUDA


ASYCUDA 1.17D
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UNCTAD


CUSTOMS PROCEDURES: IMPORT,
EXPORT, TRANSIT, TEMPORARY
PROCEDURES, WAREHOUSING


RISK MANAGEMENT FOR SAD


HISTORICAL DATA MANAGEMENT


PARTIAL GUARANTEES MANAGEMENT

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CDPS
-

ASYCUDA


NO POSIBILITIES FOR
INTERCONNECTIVITY AND
INTEROPERABILITY


CLIENT
-
SERVER APPLICATION


DEMANDS RESOURCES FOR
MAINTENANCE


INSUFFICIENT SUPPORT FROM
UNCTAD

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CDPS


PREPARING/CHANGING MCA IT
SYSTEM:


NATIONAL DOMAIN


INTERCONNECTIVITY AND
INTEROPERABILITY WITH EU CUSTOMS
SYSTEMS


DIFFERENT PROJECTS INITIATED

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CURRENT PROJECTS


TRACKER APPLICATION


CONTROL AND
LICENSING OF DUAL USE GOODS




SW PROJECT


LICENCE, QUOTAS,
INTEGRATED BORDER MANAGEMENT


NATIONAL TRANSIT SOLUTION


CUSTOMS RAILWAY SOLUTION


TTFSE II


INWARD PROCESSING SOLUTION

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PLANNED PROJECTS


DECISION, PROCUREMENT AND
IMPLEMENTATION OF NEW CDPS



FREE ECONOMIC ZONES


GUARANTEES MANAGEMENT


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CUSTOMS SOFTWARE NOT
DIRECTLY CONNECTED TO CDPS


IMPROVED RISK MANAGEMENT


NEEDS MORE DEVELOPMENT AND
AUTOMATION WITH CDPS


DIRECTLY RELATED WITH CDPS
IMPLEMENTATION


CURRENT DEVELOPMENT: CENTRALIZED
APPLICATION FOR DAILY ACTIVITIES,
SEIZURES AND VIOLATIONS

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COMMON SOFTWARE


FOLLOWING NEW ICT TRENDS


LDAP, ACTIVE DIRECTORY


SIMPLIFIES USER MANAGEMENT


ICT SECURITY


STRENGHTENS NETWORK SECURITY
AND ICT AUDIT FUNCTIONALITIES


PREPARING FOR PKI


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NEXT ACTIVITIES

national domain


IMPLEMENTATION OF FULLY EU
COMPATIBLE CDPS SOLUTION


WEB BASED, CENTRALIZED
SOLUTION


FOLLOWING ITIL BEST PRACTICES


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NEXT ACTIVITIES

EU SYSTEMS


APPLICATION FOR NCTS


APPLICATION TO THE CONVENTION


DG TAXUD AWARENESS MISSION


TECHNICAL IMPLEMENTATION


CONFIRMITY MISSION


ACCESSION TO COMMON TRANSIT
CONVENTION

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ERP
-

solution


ERP software
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Enterprise Resource Planning software



Management tool for
:


decision support


planning


optimization


controls


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complex system of applications with
more than 90 modules


designed using Microsoft technology


high level of

customization


great platform for integrated business
information systems


"turnkey" system of implementation
:
project
,
prototyping
,
installation
,
training
,
migration
,
activating
,
maintenance

and

additional development
.



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Outstanding capacity for decision support


real time balancing


on the fly AP/AR execution


capable warehouse and material management


drill down analytical tool


web based reporting


business planning


Process and document automation and easy
collaboration with other systems


efficient business documentation processing


automation of complex calculations


bookkeeping automation


collaboration with other systems


Monitoring and work control


Workflow and Audit trail


User control


Traceability and quality control

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Online, real time generation of main
company reports


Compatibility to International
Accounting Standards (IAS)


Balance sheet


Income statement


Trial balance


Cash flow


Financial indicators


Period comparison


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Web based reporting


availability
-

anywhere, any time


powerful tool for mobile managers


following all necessary information for
decision making
-

balances
,
business
partners
,
plans
,
material documents


drill down movement on the links


analytical and control functions



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Document management


comprises technological solutions that
enable:


search


access


protection


management of documents

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Output management (COLD
-

Computer Output to Laser Disk /
ERM


Enterprise Report
Management)


contains technological solutions for:


electronic capture


indexing


permanent storing of formatted output
data (printed pages) in electronic
format

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TRIPS™
-
Customs

Managing Risk


Facilitating Trade

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Project Inception Phase


October/November 2008


“More that ten disparate “databases” (sub
-
systems) were identified during the site
survey. The Customs Declaration Processing System ASYCUDA++ would seem to be the
main Customs IT sub
-
system, but this uses an Informix database and the application is
understood to be becoming potentially unsupportable.”


“It is essential that risk assessment techniques and selectivity are applied to ‘real
-
time’
declaration data, but as there appears to be a considerable technical challenge to using
the TRIPS™ Risk module to interrogate real
-
time ASYCUDA data, it will be more feasible
to continue to use ASYCUDA risk profiles to interrogate the real
-
time data, but to use the
TRIPS™ Risk and Intelligence modules to allow the development and definition of those
profiles.”


“MCA uses other locally developed applications written using MS
-
Access, but this restricts
the amount of data that can be processed and are considered to be bespoke applications
written to achieve particular objectives.”


Such as:
-


Intelligence database (MS
-
Access)


Seizure databases (various in MS
-
Access and Excel)


Management Information System (MIS) development stalled


ASYCUDA CDPS to be replaced



Government of Macedonia
-

Crown
Agents Project

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TRIPS™
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General Utilities/Features


Security


Oracle Internet Directory and SSO


Audit Trail (All modifications on all data Files)


Data Integrity


Search Facilities


Direct data entry on
-
line processing


Archiving


Reference Tables/Reports


On
-
line Help facilities



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TRIPS™
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Architecture & Technology Summary


N
-
tier / Service Orientated Architecture


Oracle Platform and ‘Fusion’ Middleware


Oracle Database Internet Application Server 10g


Browser Based Access (thin client)


Web Services


Oracle Portal and Single Sign On


Application Developer Framework (ADF)


Business Process Execution Language (BPEL) and
Business Rules


XML Gateway & Publisher


Fully scaleable and Single Window capability


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TRIPS™
-
Customs Operations/Intelligence



Suspicion Records Management:


People


Goods


Vehicles


Aircrafts


Containers


Vessels


Associations


Rummage


Attachments


Risk Information Reports (RIF)


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TRIPS™
-
Customs Operations/Intelligence


Single Oracle Database


Integrated and associated records


Improved search facilities


Options to use
TRIPS™ Intelligence module and
Risk engine with any future CDPS


Ability to interface with other applications


BI Publisher tool for analysis and reports (RIF)


Compliance with industry standards including World
Customs Organization (WCO)


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THANK YOU FOR YOUR
ATTENTION



QUESTIONS?