ACE Delays Full Rollout 一部延期

(Source: CBP Website http://www.cbp.gov/trade/automated/ace-mandatory-use-dates#Mar31)


U.S. Customs and Border Protection delays the implementation of some part of its Automated Commercial Environment electronic platform beyond the current Feb. 28 deadline. It is a staggered approach to the mandatory filing of electronic entries and corresponding entry summaries in ACE. This CBP’s latest announcement of its “Mandatory Use Dates” indicates the new implementation date of MARCH 31, 2016.  Please refer to the CBP website which explains how its transitional realignment would be scheduled in days and months ahead.

米国CBPによるシングルウィンドウ(SW)-ACEは、当初予定していたFull Roll Out (全面的な稼働開始日としていた2016年2月28日を3月31日まで後倒しとする日程調整を決定した。ACEはSWとしての試みではこれまでに例のない大規模で複雑な極めてChallengingなプロジェクトである。米国政府内の多数(47+CBP)の省庁PGA(Partnership Government Agencies)がこれに関わることから特定日(2月28日)を区切りとして、その日を境にACEの全面稼働をすることには慎重論が出ていた。当面は現実的対応により貿易関連業界や実務の手続業務に混乱を生じないよう配慮をしつつ、CBPとしてはSingle Windowの代表ともなるACEの様々な電子的処理機能を業務別に順次稼働Roll Outしていくことになる。

Please visit CBP ACE site in full details at:
http://www.cbp.gov/trade/automated/ace-mandatory-use-dates


(from U.S. Customs and Border Protection Weekly Digest Bulletin)
 CSMS# 16-000093 – Updated ACE Transition Guid
02/08/2016 12:02 PM EST
ACE Reports
CBP has implemented a staggered approach to the mandatory filing of electronic entries and corresponding entry summaries in ACE, and the decommissioning of electronic entry/entry summary filing capabilities in the Automated Commercial System (ACS). Details are provided in the accompanying attachment. For further information on the dates and impacts, you may also visit www.cbp.gov/ace. Please continue to monitor this website for additional information on the transition to ACE, including updates to key publications and resources such as:
1. The ACE Cargo Release Business Process Document:
http://www.cbp.gov/document/guidance/ace-cargo-release-business-transformation-process-document
2. The ACE Entry Summary Business Process document:
http://www.cbp.gov/document/guides/ace-entry-summary-business-process
3. The ACE PGA Forms List:
http://www.cbp.gov/document/guidance/ace-november-1-pga-forms
4. The ACE Deployment Schedule:

For CBP transition timeline announcement in detail:
http://apps.cbp.gov/csms/docs/21467_1040482689/Updated_ACE_Transition_Timeline.pdf


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Mandatory use of ACE for electronic entry and entry summary filings

March 31, 2016

Filers will be required to file in ACE and no longer permitted to file in ACS the following transactions:

Electronic entry summaries, associated with the following entry types, with no PGA data:

  • 01 – Consumption
  • 03 – Consumption – Antidumping/Countervailing Duty
  • 11 – Informal
  • 23 – Temporary Importation Bond (TIB)
  • 51 – Defense Contract Administration Service Region (DCASR)
  • 52 – Government ‑ Dutiable

Electronic entries and corresponding entry summaries, associated with the entry types listed above, with data for the following agencies:

  • Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) for Lacey Act, unless paired with other PGA data.
  • National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), unless paired with other PGA data.

 

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The implementation of these capabilities through ACE means that the filing of the following transactions will no longer be accepted in ACS:

  1. Electronic entry summaries (Entry types 01, 03, 11, 23, 51 and 52) with no PGA data.
  2. Electronic entries and corresponding entry summaries (Entry types 01, 03, 11, 23, 51 and 52) with APHIS Lacey Act data, unless paired with other PGA data on the same transaction.
  3. Electronic entries and corresponding entry summaries (Entry types 01, 03, 11, 23, 51 and 52) with NHTSA data, unless paired with other PGA data on the same transaction.

October 2016: Mandatory use of ACE for all remaining electronic portions of the CBP cargo process

Starting on October 1st 2016, filers will need to ensure that all additional electronic cargo data is transmitted to ACE. This requirement includes:

  • Drawback
  • Protest
  • Reconciliation
  • Statements

Further information regarding the deployment and use of these capabilities will be provided in this space as soon as it is available.


Please visit and check the CBP ACE website in full details:
http://www.cbp.gov/trade/automated/ace-mandatory-use-dates