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  • How to start developing a National Single Window
    • Bring together the community around the port, including port authorities, users, shipping lines, Customs and other business or government agencies that have an interest.
    • UNCEFACT Suite of Recommendations 33-37 -In detail study and analysis of each Recommendation and its purpose
  • Identify one or more “Ambassadors” to promote a National Single Window concept and development within your locality:
    • National Single Windows functionalities
    • Leadership in the process and “Ambassadors” – Stakeholders to be involved – Leadership from one authority such as Customs, Stakeholders need to include Inspections Authorities, Trade Bodies, Air and Seaport Authorities, land Border Authorities / Agencies, etc
    • Regulatory Impact- Impact and need to change existing legislative requirements to allow for NSW to be implemented. – Legislative changes affecting many players including digital signatures
  • Communication to Keep all stakeholders advised of progress:
    • The communication and awareness raising -With each of the Stakeholders
    • Main NSW and functionalities including Setting up in different phases and main aspects to be taken into account- Understanding of what B2G processes should be included
    • Maritime Single Window- IMO Processes, and Guidance, Examples of Maritime Single Window at regional and national level and lead for MSW