Roles and responsibilities: Customs Directorate Special Procedures policy (CDSP) team
CDSP is responsible for:
- formulating, developing and modifying UK systems and procedures in relation to the special procedures (SP)
- interpretation and clarification of EU law
- dealing with challenges to existing law and UK procedures
- briefing for EU Commission Customs Code Committee meetings Special Procedures Section, where legislation is formulated and interpretations of legislation are considered with other Member States
- publicising special procedures requirements and processes for the trade and departmental staff using Public Notices, JCCC / Customs Information Papers (CIP)
- reviewing and maintaining the SP guidance, notices and customs procedure codes (CPCs)
- providing advice on SP reviews and appeals
- liaison with the Units of Expertise (see SPE02020) and participation in the annual performance agreement
- reviewing the operational impact of legislative changes, reviews and revised guidance.
- to provide guidance/advice on audit, assurance and control methods but the practical implementation of that to be determined by CITEX and LB.
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