About this initiative


This act establishes the rules for the functioning of the Information Management System for Official Controls (IMSOC) and its system components. The system will integrate existing systems for the handling and exchange of data, information and documents on official controls, and will streamline procedures, standardise data formats and enhance information exchange.

Food safety
Type of act
Implementing regulation

Draft act

Feedback: open

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Feedback period
20 May 2019 - 17 June 2019 (midnight Brussels time)

The Commission would like to hear your views.

Draft acts are open for feedback for 4 weeks and published on this site. Feedback will be taken into account for finalising this initiative. Feedback received will be published on this site and therefore must adhere to the feedback rules.

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Feedback (7)

  • The International Meat Trade Association (United Kingdom)
    14 June 2019 Business association
    The International Meat Trade Association (United Kingdom)

    The International Meat Trade Association (IMTA), based in the UK, has represented businesses engaged in the international meat trade since 1895. Currently we represent 65 trading members (importers and exporters) and around 25 associate members, these are businesses who operate in relevant industries (e.g. customs agents/freight forwarders, shipping lines). Our trading members cover beef, lamb, pork and poultrymeat. Both our trading and...

  • Jukka S. RANNILA (Finland)
    14 June 2019 EU citizen
    Jukka S. RANNILA (Finland)

    Hi all, I attached the PDF file of my opinion here. With kind regards, Jukka S. Rannila

  • FEFAC (Belgium)
    13 June 2019 Business association
    FEFAC (Belgium)

    The European Feed Manufacturers' Federation, FEFAC, would like to thank the EU Commission for opportunity to comment on the draft “IMSOC” Regulation. Experience with the existing notification systems, in particular RASFF, is that the use of a correct terminology is an essential element of the risk analysis. As far as feed is concerned, a number of terms are defined in EU legislation (Regulation (EU) No 767/2009 on the marketing and use of feed...

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Planned for
First quarter 2019

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