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  1. Ministry of Agriculture Integrated Agriculture Management Information System for Trade (ATMIS) Katemani Mdili / Dorah Amuli Plant Health Services Ministry of Agriculture

  2. The Genesis of ATMIS • 2014- TradeMark East Africa engaged the Ministry of Agriculture on the idea transforming the manual based operations to electronic target -Plant Health Services • 2016 – the scope was expanded to all Regulatory bodies and Crop Boards under the Ministry • The MoU was signed to develop ATMIS • Development Business Procedure Document • Development of ATMIS • InfoWise System Ltd & Rana Technologies Ltd were awarded the contract

  3. Objectives of Project • Development of web-based and mobile enabled platforms that will allow traders dealing in the agricultural sector to access: • Various Import Permits • Registration and Licenses • Phytosanitary Certificates • Under Single Window System

  4. Regulatory Institutions/Gvt Dept • Plant Health Services -PHS • Tropical Pesticides Research Institute – TPRI • Tanzania Official Seed Certification Institute – TOSCI • Tanzania Fertilizer Regulatory Authority – TFRA • National Food Reserve Dept -NFRA

  5. Crop Boards • Tobacco Board • Cashew Nut Board • Cotton Board • Pyrethrum Board • Tea Board • Sisal Board • Sugar Board • Coffee Board

  6. Before ATMIS Documents check and Assessment Assessment Approval Issuance of control Number Physical Submission of Applications Payment Submission Payments Inspection and Treatment Supervision More than 7 steps 2-5 Days Certificate/Permit Issuance

  7. Processing under ATMIS Payment Online, Bank or Mobile Transfer, Application online Application Received, Assessed and Issuance of Control Number Inspection and Treatment Supervision Certificate/ Permit Issuance 4-5 simple Steps <1hr

  8. Registration www.atmis.kilimo.go.tz

  9. Registration and Applications • A Dealer is required to preform 3 simple steps • Register Online (Once) • Attach Important documents egBussinesLisence, TIN No. etc • Add user Accounts • A dealer can apply to any Regulatory or Crop Board

  10. Permit Processing • Applications Received to the Respective Regulatory or Crop Board eg • (Phytosanitary Certificates) • Plant Health Services -36 Boarder Points • After Processed, Payment, and Inspection • A permit can be Issued

  11. Payments • Fees are automatically generated • Invoice are returned to the applicant with GePG control Number • Invoice consist details of fees and services to paid for • When Payments are made - ATMIS updates automatically • Services are immediately provided when the payments are confirmed

  12. Status of Implementation • 2 Regulatory Bodies and 4 Crop Boards have gone Live • 3 Regulatory Bodies and 4 Crop Boards are yet to start with ATMIS • Only 9 Inspectorate Posts under PHS are using ATMS

  13. Overall Outcomes • Government Revenue Collection strengthened and Improved –all services under MoA to be provided through ATMIS • Fraudulent Certificates eliminated – system can easily link with customs and hence verification can be done prior import/export • Reduced time for services delivery • Increased confidence on Tanzania Agric commodities in International Trade • Harmonized measures and procedures • Reports (Imports/Export) readily available

  14. Achievements • ATMIS was Officially inaugurated by the Prime Minister on August 8th, 2019, Some of the tangible achievements includes • Reduced Authentications enquires from an average 20 to 2-3/Month. • Positive Responses from Dealers and Stakeholders • Increased Revenue Collection from various Inspectorate Stations • Reduced time to provide service to less than 1hr • Reduced Non-compliance notifications)

  15. The Way Forward • Putting a cut-off to manual operations • Reserving resources to implement the system • Aligning to Vision/Mission/Strategic plan • Providing leadership- The Ministry • Process knowledge (not for few people only) • Dedicating staff-time for change • ICT Equipment and Resources (Computers, Printers, Internet) • Integration with other electronic Systems eg TANCIS, eSWS

  16. Acknowledgement • The Ministry of Agriculture – Leadership • TradeMark East Afrika-Sponsorship and Coordination • InfoWise Systems Ltd and Rana Technologies Limited –Design and Development

  17. 5 Min Video documentary