Roles and responsibilities: Customs Policy
Customs Policy are responsible for:
- formulating, developing and modifying policy systems and procedures
- interpretation and clarification of conventions and EU law
- dealing with challenges to existing law and policy
- attending meetings of the administrative committees of the ATA and Istanbul Conventions
- attending World Customs Organisation administration committee meeting, where legislation is formulated and interpretations are considered with other member states
- publicising requirements and procedures for the trade and Departmental staff through Public Notices (HMRC website) and regime guidance
- reviewing and maintaining the ATA/CPD carnet guidance, public notice and regime profile
- providing advice on carnet reviews, appeals and tribunals
- consulting with the Unit of Expertise in Redhill over the operational impact of legislative changes, reviews and revised guidance.
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You should consult customs policy if the point of difficulty you are dealing with involves the interpretation of, or a challenge to, legislation and UK procedures.