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Participating in Customs 2013

Customs 2013

 

Actions funded include:
  1. Events bringing together officials from Participating Countries:
    • Seminarspdf(149 kB) Choose translations of the previous link  :  one off events, where administrations of all the participating countries meet to examine specific topics;
    • Workshopspdf(101 kB) Choose translations of the previous link  : small-scale seminars without interpretation;
    • Steering groups: composed of all Member States performing activities of a coordinating nature over a longer period of time;
    • Project groupspdf(103 kB) Choose translations of the previous link  : composed of a limited number of interested countries (5-10 participants) meeting several times during a fixed period of time to achieve specific predefined objectives;
    • Working visitspdf(170 kB) Choose translations of the previous link  : exchanges of officials between participating countries' administrations to share knowledge and good practice;
    • Benchmarking activitiespdf(137 kB) Choose translations of the previous link  : The benchmarking process involves two or more national administrations working together to undertake systematic research, analysis and comparison to identify and learn from best practice;
    • Monitoring activitiespdf(128 kB) Choose translations of the previous link  : carried out by a joint team to analyse national customs practices, identify difficulties in implementing the rules and make suggestions for improvement.

    For these, the Customs 2013 programme finances costs relating to organising and participating in an event (travel costs, accommodation costs, daily allowance).

  2. Trans-European IT systems and
  3. Training modules (See eLearning)

For these, the Customs 2013 programme finances development and maintenance costs.

Participating countries include