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19 th UN/CEFACT Forum Opening Plenary 10.00 – 13.00 hrs

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  1. 19th UN/CEFACT ForumOpening Plenary10.00 – 13.00 hrs 16 April 2012 Palais des Nations Geneva, Switzerland

  2. 10:00 – 10:15 Welcome • 10:15 – 11:30 Overview • 11:30 – 12:00 Coffee Break • 12:00 –13:00 Overview (continued) Schedule

  3. Welcome • UNECE: Virginia Cram-Martos, Director • UN/CEFACT: Stuart Feder, Plenary Chair

  4. Overview themes • Setting thestage • Programme Development Areas • Bureau Programme Support • Technical Framework Topics • Some additional pointsofinformation

  5. UN/CEFACT Vision Simple, Transparent and Effective Processes for Global Commerce

  6. UN Framework UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COUNCIL ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR EUROPE (Executive Committee) COMMITTEE ON TRADE CENTRE FOR TRADE FACILITATION AND ELECTRONIC BUSINESS

  7. Overview of Meetings 12 December 2011 – UNECE Executive Committee, Geneva 15-17 February 2012 – 18th UN/CEFACT Plenary, Geneva 16-20 April 2012 – 19th UN/CEFACT Forum, Geneva 5-7 June 2012 – UNECE Executive Committee, Geneva 18-19 June 2012 –5th Session of UNECE Committee on Trade, Geneva 17-21 September 2012 – 20th UN/CEFACT Forum, Vienna December 2012 – UNECE Executive Committee, Geneva 15-19 April 2013 – 21th UN/CEFACT Forum, Geneva (tbc) 5-7 June 2013 – 21st UN/CEFACT Plenary, Geneva (tbc) October/November 2013 – 22nd UN/CEFACT Forum, India (tbc)

  8. Public-private sector collaboration Intergovernmental and non-governmental organisations Global remit Member states of the UN participate on the basis of equality Multidisciplinary Consensus-driven Trade Facilitation Recommendations and eBusiness Standards development Real-world solutions-oriented Free to participate / to use outcomes Independent volunteer experts in their own right Members of Bureau act in personal capacity Mandate 9

  9. Document 15 Structure PLENARY ---------- Plenary Bureau Teams of Specialists Teams of Specialists Regional Rapporteurs Teams of Specialists Teams of Specialists Programme Development Areas Project Teams Project Teams Project Teams Project Teams Project Teams

  10. Programmme of Work Plenary ---------- Plenary Bureau Programme of Work Regional Rapporteurs Teams of Specialists Teams of Specialists Teams of Specialists Teams of Specialists Programme Development Areas Project Teams Project Teams Project Teams Project Teams Project Teams

  11. Bureau • Mr. Peter Amstutz • Mr. Harm Jan van Burg • Mr. Pier Alberto Cucino • Mr. Mike Doran • Mr. Victor Dravitsa • Mr. Stuart Feder, Chair • Mr. Tahseen A. Khan • Mr. Tim McGrath • Mr. Bruno Prepin • Mr. Mats Wicktor

  12. Current Structure • PROGRAMME DEVELOPMENT AREAS • Trade & Transport Facilitation  - Vice Chairs: Mats Wicktor and Viktor Dravitsa • International Trade Procedures, Customs, Transport • Supply Chain – Vice Chairs: Mike Doran and Tim McGrath •  Supply Chain Management, Procurement, Payments/Finance, Accounting and Audit • Regulatory – Vice Chairs, Tahseen Khan and Mats Wicktor •  Customs, Government, Environmental Management • Sectoral – Vice Chairs Bruno Prepin and Harm-Jan van Burg •  Agriculture, Health Care, Insurance, Travel/Tourism • Methodology & Technology – Vice Chairs Peter Amstutz and Tim McGrath •  Business Process Analysis, Methodology, Harmonisation, Library, Audit, UN/EDIFACT, XML • BUREAU PROGRAMME SUPPORT • Vice Chairs: Peter Amstutz, Pier Alberto Cucino (Communications), Harm-Jan van Burg (Liaison)

  13. Secretariat • Ms. Virginia Cram-Martos • Mr. Tom Butterly • Mr. Tauno Kangur • Ms. Kamola Khusnutdinova (temp.)

  14. Moving Forward • Opportunities • Challenges

  15. Strategic Directions and Program of Work Mats Wicktor Vice Chair TTF & REG 19th UN/CEFACT Forum 16 - 20 April 2012 Palais des Nations, Geneva

  16. What? • Trade Facilitation Recommendations • Electronic Business Standards • Governmental & Business Processes • Transparent and effective processes for global trade

  17. How? • Standards • Recommendations • Other Instruments

  18. With what? • Common Libraries • Common Directories • Internationally agreed and standardized • Unambigious sharing of information

  19. Conclusion! • Create a solid foundation • Collaboration with others • Increase uptake through high quality • Use the unique remit to fill the gaps

  20. P o W • The PoW is NOT a Bureau document! • Content is based on input from the stakeholders! 21

  21. Realistic Agenda

  22. Aggregated Input • UN/CEFACT has a role to play • Unique remit/composition • Neutrality • Collaborate with other SDO‘s, avoid duplication! • Enhance the role of being a unique meeting place for vertical (and other) SDO‘s • Respository-creation for implementations, knowledge management Strengthenstrengths... 23

  23. How to proceed? 24

  24. Trade and Transport Facilitation PDA Mr. Viktor Dravitsa Mr. Mats Wicktor

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  26. Coordinators 27 International Trade Procedures – Johan Pontén Transport –Dominique Vankemmel & Michael Onder Customs – SP Sahu

  27. ITP • Single Window Interoperability – first draft being developed and project group meeting planned week after plenary • Recommendation on Consultation Models - first draft being developed • PrivatePublicPartnership Recommendation – first discussions in order to prepare project proposal undertaken • Trade Facilitation Implementation Guide – comments on first draft from CEFACT project team to UNECE consultants team provided during F2F-meeting 13-14 February 2012 28

  28. Transport • Interim meeting Transport Domain in Valencia November 2011 • Project “Cargo Tracing and Tracking” progressing well • Project “Status Report and Transport Instructions” scarce resources • Multi Modal Transport (MMT) structure progressing • Projects for Transport Waybill and Dangerous Goods pending • Assessment/approval of DMR’s from the Maritime Transport Industry (SMDG) • Pending issues: • Reduced resources of the Transport/Logistics Group delaying further work • Seeking Experts especially new Projects Leaders • Secure support to CEFACT from International Transport Organizations • Next Transport Domain meeting not fixed, likely in Paris May/June 2012 29

  29. Regulatory PDA Mr. Tahseen Khan Mr. Mats Wicktor

  30. Coordinators 31 Environmental Management – Delta Pelgrim Government – Ray Pisani Customs – SP Sahu

  31. Environment • Harmonization of classification of chemical products and hazardous materials • Dangerous goods declaration • Waste management a possible area if experts could be identified 32

  32. Government • eProcurement (hosted under Supply Chain PDA in a cross-domain collaboration effort) 33

  33. Customs • Resolution on Natural Disaster Relief • Express Cargo – Immediate Release Guide • Single Window procedures • a CITES • b Non-preferential Cert. of Origin • c Veterinary, phytosanitary • d Intellectual Property Registration 34

  34. Customs • G-to-G reporting • Passenger, Baggage and PNR information in the marine mode; harmonization with the API PAXLST information • Remaing RKC Procedures, i.a. warehousing, IPR/OPR & Temporary Import 35

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  36. Week Agenda Domain meetings Plenary Mo 16 – 17 SCOR Model ITC PDA Meeting Tu Message Authentication New Technical Framework Joint meeting SC PDA We PDA Meeting PDA Meeting Th Closing preparations Plenary Fr

  37. 19th UN/CEFACT FORUMOPENING PLENARY Supply Chain Programme Development Area Agenda for the Week Mike Doran & Tim McGrath UN/CEFACT Bureau Vice Chairs Palais des Nations, Geneva

  38. Palais des Nations, Geneva PDA Structure Vice Chairs Mike Doran Tim McGrath Supply Chain PDA • Domains • SupplyChain Management • Procurement • Accounting& Audit • Finance/Payments • Government

  39. Bureau Vice Chairs:Mike Doran & Tim McGrath Domain Coordinators: Supply Chain Management: Karina Duvinger & Edmund Gray Procurement: Bernard Longhi Finance & Payments: LilianaFratiniPassi Government: Ray Pisani Accounting & Audit: Benoit Marchal & Eric Cohen Palais des Nations, Geneva CURRENT PDA LEADERSHIP

  40. Supply Chain PDA Scope NOTIFY SOURCE TENDER CONTRACT ORDER DELIVER BILL PAY RETURN REPORT Palais des Nations, Geneva

  41. PROJECTS & PROJECT LEADERS Legal Notification Publication: Didier Hardy Cross Industry Catalogue: Karina Duvinger eTendering ebXML Standards Project: Kevin Smith Cross Industry Quotation: Gilles Brandel Palais des Nations, Geneva SUPPLY CHAIN PDA NOTIFY SOURCE TENDER

  42. PROJECTS & PROJECT LEADERS Cross Industry Ordering: Martin Forsberg Project Schedule & Cost Performance Management: Chris Hassler Cross Industry Scheduling: Samy Scemama Cross Industry Delivery: Edmund Gray Cross Industry Invoice: v2.0 + 2.1: Edmund Gray Contract Financial Execution Management: Michel Entat Palais des Nations, Geneva SUPPLY CHAIN PDA CONTRACT ORDER DELIVER BILL

  43. PROJECTS & PROJECT LEADERS Cross Industry Remittance Advice: Mounir El-Koury Contract Financial Execution Management: Michel Entat Market Research Information: Helge Simonsen Palais des Nations, Geneva SUPPLY CHAIN PDA PAY RETURN REPORT

  44. PROJECTS & PROJECT LEADERS Cross Domain Supply Chain Process Common Requirements: Sue Probert Other Migration Cross Industry Invoice to Core Component Technical Specification 3.0 (CCTS) & Naming & Design Rules 3.0 (NDR): Karina Duvinger (Coordinator) Recommendation 37 on Signed Digital Document Interoperability: François Devoret Documents: ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2010/14/Rev.1 ECE/TRADE/C/CEFACT/2012/8 Palais des Nations, Geneva SUPPLY CHAIN PDA

  45. MONDAY 16 APRIL 14:00 – 15:30 Planning for the week – Room E.3023 16:00 – 17:00 Presentation, in Room XXIV, to the Supply Chain and Trade & Transport Facilitation PDAs, on the Supply Chain Council’s SCOR Model & its possible relevance to the Buy-Ship-Pay model by Enrico Camerinelli, former Executive Director of the Supply Chain Council. Enrico will also discuss the relationships between the physical and financial value chains. Palais des Nations, Geneva Supply Chain PDA Agenda AGENDA

  46. TUESDAY 17 APRIL 09:00-12:30 Supply Chain PDA Projects – Room E.3023 Follow up on SCOR presentation Supply Chain PDA Scope discussion Preparation for joint meeting with Trade & Transport Facilitation & ITC on Trade Finance & Cross Border Payments 12:30 – 13:00 Lunch & Learn given by Angela Strachan, Business Environment, International Trade Centre, (ITC), Geneva, on ITCs work in Agriculture, Trade Facilitation & Trade Finance – Room XXV Palais des Nations, Geneva Supply Chain PDA Agenda AGENDA

  47. TUESDAY 17 APRIL 14:00 – 15:30 Joint meeting in Room XXIV, of the Supply Chain, Regulatory and Trade & Transport Facilitation PDAs, and ITC, on Trade Finance & Cross Border Payments 16:00 - 17:00 Joint meeting with other interested PDAs on Core Component Technical Specification 2.01/3.0 issues – PEPPOL and BII2. Salle XXV Palais des Nations, Geneva Supply Chain PDA Agenda AGENDA

  48. Wednesday 18 APRIL 09:00-12:30 Supply Chain PDA Projects – Room E.3023 Continue CCTS 2.01/3.0 discussion Migration to Core Component Library 3 – project updates, (BRS) & validation, production Cross Industry Invoice (CII) eTendering Contract Execution Financial Management (CEFM) eNotification Resources required to complete projects (Roster of Experts) Recommendation 37 – Status report Palais des Nations, Geneva Supply Chain PDA Agenda AGENDA

  49. WEDNESDAY 18 APRIL 14:00 – 17:00 Joint meeting in Room XXIV, of the Supply Chain and Trade & Transport Facilitation PDAs on sharing information on current projects being undertaken under the Buy-Ship-Pay model and discussing possible future joint projects between the two PDAs. Palais des Nations, Geneva Supply Chain PDA Agenda AGENDA