United Nations Directories
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 UN/EDIFACT

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3055 Code list responsible agency code [C]

Desc: Code specifying the agency responsible for a code list. Repr: an..3 Code Values: 1 CCC (Customs Co-operation Council) Customs Co-operation Council (now World Customs Organization). 2 CEC (Commission of the European Communities) Generic: see also 140, 141, 142, 162. 3 IATA (International Air Transport Association) The airline industry's international organisation. 4 ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) International Chamber of Commerce. 5 ISO (International Organization for Standardization) International Organization of Standardization. 6 UN/ECE (United Nations - Economic Commission for Europe) United Nations Economic Commission for Europe. 7 CEFIC (Conseil Europeen des Federations de l'Industrie Chimique) EDI project for chemical industry. 8 EDIFICE Standardised electronic commerce forum for companies with interests in computing, electronics and telecommunications. 9 GS1 GS1 (formerly EAN International), an organisation of GS1 Member Organisations, which manages the GS1 System. 10 ODETTE Organization for Data Exchange through Tele-Transmission in Europe (European automotive industry project). 11 Lloyd's register of shipping A register of ocean going vessels maintained by Lloyd's of London. 12 UIC (International union of railways) International Union of Railways. 13 ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) International Civil Aviation Organization. 14 ICS (International Chamber of Shipping) International Chamber of Shipping. 15 RINET (Reinsurance and Insurance Network) Reinsurance and Insurance Network. 16 US, D&B (Dun & Bradstreet Corporation) Identifies the Dun & Bradstreet Corporation, United States. 17 S.W.I.F.T. Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications s.c. 18 Conventions on SAD and transit (EC and EFTA) SAD = Single Administrative Document. 19 FRRC (Federal Reserve Routing Code) Federal Reserve Routing Code. 20 BIC (Bureau International des Containeurs) The container industry's international organisation responsible for the issuance of container-related codes. 21 Assigned by transport company Codes assigned by a transport company. 22 US, ISA (Information Systems Agreement) Codes assigned by the ISA for use by its members. 23 FR, EDITRANSPORT French association developing EDI in transport logistics. 24 AU, ROA (Railways of Australia) Maintains code lists which are accepted by Australian government railways. 25 EDITEX (Europe) EDI group for the textile and clothing industry. 26 NL, Foundation Uniform Transport Code Foundation Uniform Transport Code is the EDI organisation for shippers, carriers and other logistic service providers in the Netherlands. 27 US, FDA (Food and Drug Administration) U.S. food and drug administration. 28 EDITEUR (European book sector electronic data interchange group) Code identifying the pan European user group for the book industry as an organisation responsible for code values in the book industry. 29 GB, FLEETNET Association of fleet vehicle hiring and leasing companies in the UK. 30 GB, ABTA (Association of British Travel Agencies) ABTA, Association of British Travel Agencies. 31 FI, Finish State Railway Finish State Railway. 32 PL, Polish State Railway Polish State Railway. 33 BG, Bulgaria State Railway Bulgaria State Railway. 34 RO, Rumanian State Railway Rumanian State Railway. 35 CZ, Tchechian State Railway Tchechian State Railway. 36 HU, Hungarian State Railway Hungarian State Railway. 37 GB, British Railways British Railways. 38 ES, Spanish National Railway Spanish National Railway. 39 SE, Swedish State Railway Swedish State Railway. 40 NO, Norwegian State Railway Norwegian State Railway. 41 DE, German Railway German Railway. 42 AT, Austrian Federal Railways Austrian Federal Railways. 43 LU, Luxembourg National Railway Company Luxembourg National Railway Company. 44 IT, Italian State Railways Italian State Railways. 45 NL, Netherlands Railways Netherlands Railways. 46 CH, Swiss Federal Railways Swiss Federal Railways. 47 DK, Danish State Railways Danish State Railways. 48 FR, French National Railway Company French National Railway Company. 49 BE, Belgian National Railway Company Belgian National Railway Company. 50 PT, Portuguese Railways Portuguese Railways. 51 SK, Slovakian State Railways Slovakian State Railways. 52 IE, Irish Transport Company Irish Transport Company. 53 FIATA (International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations) International Federation of Freight Forwarders Associations. 54 IMO (International Maritime Organisation) International Maritime Organisation. 55 US, DOT (United States Department of Transportation) United States Department of Transportation. 56 TW, Trade-van Trade-van is an EDI/VAN service centre for customs, transport, and insurance in national and international trade. 57 TW, Chinese Taipei Customs Customs authorities of Chinese Taipei responsible for collecting import duties and preventing smuggling. 58 EUROFER European steel organisation - EDI project for the European steel industry. 59 DE, EDIBAU National body responsible for the German codification in the construction area. 60 Assigned by national trade agency The code list is from a national agency. 61 Association Europeenne des Constructeurs de Materiel Aerospatial (AECMA) A code to identify the Association Europeenne des Constructeurs de Materiel Aeropsatial (European Association of Aerospace Products Manufacturers) as an authorizing agency for code lists. 62 US, DIstilled Spirits Council of the United States (DISCUS) United States DIstilled Spirits Council of the United States (DISCUS). 63 North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) A code to identify the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) as an authorizing agency for code lists. 64 FR, CLEEP French association responsible for standardization, coordination and promotion of EDI and Data Exchange applications. 65 GS1 France Organisation responsible for the GS1 System in France. 66 MY, Malaysian Customs and Excise Malaysia Royal Customs and Excise. 67 MY, Malaysia Central Bank Malaysia Central Bank is a regulatory body set up by the government to charge with promoting economic monetary and credit condition favourable to commercial and industrial activity. 68 GS1 Italy Organisation responsible for the GS1 System in Italy. 69 US, National Alcohol Beverage Control Association (NABCA) United States National Alcohol Beverage Control Association (NABCA). 70 MY, Dagang.Net Malaysia, Dagang.Net is a national clearing house which provide EDI/VAN service for customs, transport, retail and financial and other industries in the national and international trade. 71 US, FCC (Federal Communications Commission) A code representing the United States Federal Communication Commission (FCC). 72 US, MARAD (Maritime Administration) A code representing the United States Maritime Administration (MARAD) under the Department of Transportation (DOT). 73 US, DSAA (Defense Security Assistance Agency) A code representing the United States Defense Security Assistance Agency (DSAA) under the Department of Defense (DOD). 74 US, NRC (Nuclear Regulatory Commission) A code representing the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC). 75 US, ODTC (Office of Defense Trade Controls) A code representing the United States Office of Defense Trade Controls (ODTC) under the Department of State. 76 US, ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms) A code representing the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Department of Treasury (ATF). 77 US, BXA (Bureau of Export Administration) A code representing the United States Bureau of Export Administration (BXA) under the Department of Commerce (DOC) . 78 US, FWS (Fish and Wildlife Service) A code depicting the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS). 79 US, OFAC (Office of Foreign Assets Control) A code representing the United States Office of Foreign Assets Controls (OFAC). 80 BRMA/RAA - LIMNET - RINET Joint Venture Joint venture between BRMA (Brokers & Reinsurance Markets Association) / RAA (Reinsurance Association of America) - LIMNET (London Insurance Market Network) - RINET (Reinsurance and Insurance Network). 81 RU, (SFT) Society for Financial Telecommunications Russian company representing the users of the Global Financial Telecommunication Network (GFTN). 82 NO, Enhetsregisteret ved Bronnoysundregisterne The co-ordinating register for companies and business units of companies at the Bronnoysund register centre. 83 US, National Retail Federation The National Retail Federation is the trade association for the general merchandise retailing industry. In addition to providing support and education services, they also maintain and publish standard colour and size codes for the retail industry. 84 DE, BRD (Gesetzgeber der Bundesrepublik Deutschland) German legislature. 85 North America, Telecommunications Industry Forum Trade association representing telecommunications service providers, equipment manufacturers, suppliers to the industry and customers. 86 Assigned by party originating the message Codes assigned by the party originating the message. 87 Assigned by carrier Codes assigned by the carrier. 88 Assigned by owner of operation Assigned by owner of operation (e.g. used in construction). 89 Assigned by distributor Codes assigned by a distributor. 90 Assigned by manufacturer Codes assigned by a manufacturer. 91 Assigned by seller or seller's agent Codes assigned by a seller or seller's agent. 92 Assigned by buyer or buyer's agent Codes assigned by a buyer or buyer's agent. 93 AT, Austrian Customs Austrian customs organization. 94 AT, Austrian PTT The Austrian organization responsible for assigning telephone (voice/data) + telex numbers, postcodes, and postal account numbers. 95 AU, Australian Customs Service Australian Customs Service. 96 CA, Revenue Canada, Customs and Excise Canada Customs and Revenue Agency. 97 CH, Administration federale des contributions Indirect taxation (e.g. turn-over/sales taxes). 98 CH, Direction generale des douanes Customs (incl. ISO alpha 2 country code). 99 CH, Division des importations et exportations, OFAEE Import and export licences. 100 CH, Entreprise des PTT Telephone (voice/data) + telex numbers, postcodes, postal account numbers. 101 CH, Carbura Centrale suisse pour l'importation de carburants et combustibles liquides (Oil products). 102 CH, Centrale suisse pour l'importation du charbon Coal. 103 CH, Office fiduciaire des importateurs de denrees alimentaires Foodstuff. 104 CH, Association suisse code des articles Swiss article numbering association. 105 DK, Ministry of taxation, Central Customs and Tax Administration Danish Customs administration. 106 FR, Direction generale des douanes et droits indirects French Customs. 107 FR, INSEE Institut National de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques. 108 FR, Banque de France Banque de France. 109 GB, H.M. Customs & Excise United Kingdom H.M. Customs and Excise. 110 IE, Revenue Commissioners, Customs AEP project Ireland Revenue Commissioners Customs Automated Entry Processing project. 111 US, U.S. Customs Service United States Customs Service. 112 US, U.S. Census Bureau The Bureau of the Census of the U.S. Dept. of Commerce. 113 GS1 US Organisation responsible for the GS1 System in the USA. 114 US, ABA (American Bankers Association) United States American Bankers Association. 116 US, ANSI ASC X12 American National Standards Institute ASC X12. 117 AT, Geldausgabeautomaten-Service Gesellschaft m.b.H. Austrian Geldausgabeautomaten-Service Gesellschaft m.b.H. 118 SE, Svenska Bankfoereningen Swedish bankers association. 119 IT, Associazione Bancaria Italiana Italian Associazione Bancaria Italiana. 120 IT, Socieata' Interbancaria per l'Automazione Italian Socieata' Interbancaria per l'Automazione. 121 CH, Telekurs AG Swiss Telekurs AG. 122 CH, Swiss Securities Clearing Corporation Swiss Securities Clearing Corporation. 123 NO, Norwegian Interbank Research Organization Norwegian Interbank Research Organization. 124 NO, Norwegian Bankers' Association Norwegian Bankers' Association. 125 FI, The Finnish Bankers' Association Finnish Bankers' Association. 126 US, NCCMA (Account Analysis Codes) The United States organization responsible for issuing account analysis codes. 127 DE, ARE (AbRechnungs Einheit) A German code for subsidiary unit number. 128 BE, Belgian Bankers' Association Belgian Bankers' Association. 129 BE, Belgian Ministry of Finance VAT numbers. 130 DK, Danish Bankers Association Code identifying the organisation responsible for the issuance of bank related codes in Denmark. 131 DE, German Bankers Association German Bankers' Association. 132 GB, BACS Limited An organization that operates the United Kingdom's electronic fund transfer service on behalf of the major Banks and Building Societies. 133 GB, Association for Payment Clearing Services British Association for Payment Clearing Services. 134 GB, APACS (Association of payment clearing services) The association which manages the United Kingdom payment clearing system, and among other thing manages the UK bank sort code numbering system. 135 GB, The Clearing House British financial transaction clearing house. 136 GS1 UK Organisation responsible for the GS1 System in the United Kingdom. 137 AT, Verband oesterreichischer Banken und Bankiers Austrian bankers association. 138 FR, CFONB (Comite francais d'organ. et de normalisation bancaires) National body responsible for the French codification in banking activity. 139 Universal Postal Union (UPU) The Universal Postal Union (UPU) is an international organization that coordinates postal policies between member nations, and hence the world-wide postal system. 140 CEC (Commission of the European Communities), DG/XXI-01 Responsible for computerization within Customs area. 141 CEC (Commission of the European Communities), DG/XXI-B-1 International Commission of the European Communities. 142 CEC (Commission of the European Communities), DG/XXXIV Statistical Office of the European Communities: e.g. Geonomenclature. 143 NZ, New Zealand Customs New Zealand Customs. 144 NL, Netherlands Customs Netherlands Customs. 145 SE, Swedish Customs Swedish Customs. 146 DE, German Customs German Customs. 147 BE, Belgian Customs Belgian Customs. 148 ES, Spanish Customs Spanish Customs. 149 IL, Israel Customs Israeli Customs. 150 HK, Hong Kong Customs Hong Kong Customs. 151 JP, Japan Customs Japan Customs. 152 SA, Saudi Arabia Customs Saudi Arabia Customs. 153 IT, Italian Customs Italian Customs. 154 GR, Greek Customs Greek Customs. 155 PT, Portuguese Customs Portuguese Customs. 156 LU, Luxembourg Customs Luxembourg Customs. 157 NO, Norwegian Customs Norwegian Customs. 158 FI, Finnish Customs Finnish Customs. 159 IS, Iceland Customs Iceland Customs. 160 LI, Liechtenstein authority Identification of relevant responsible agency for e.g. banking/financial matters still pending. For e.g. Customs, currency, post/telephone: see relevant CH entry. 161 UNCTAD (United Nations - Conference on Trade And Development) United Nations - Conference on Trade And Development. 162 CEC (Commission of the European Communities), DG/XIII-D-5 Responsible for TEDIS - incl. CEBIS -, INSIS and CADDIA projects. 163 US, FMC (Federal Maritime Commission) United States Federal Maritime Commission. 164 US, DEA (Drug Enforcement Agency) United States Drug Enforcement Agency. 165 US, DCI (Distribution Codes, INC.) United States Distribution Codes, Inc. organization. 166 US, National Motor Freight Classification Association The organisation in the USA which is responsible for code maintenance in the trucking industry. 167 US, AIAG (Automotive Industry Action Group) United States Automotive Industry Action Group. 168 US, FIPS (Federal Information Publishing Standard) A code issued by the United States National Institute for Science and Technology (NIST) to identify a Federal Information Publishing Standard. 169 CA, SCC (Standards Council of Canada) Standards Council of Canada. 170 CA, CPA (Canadian Payment Association) Canadian Payment Association. 171 NL, Interpay Girale Services Interpay Girale Services. 172 NL, Interpay Debit Card Services Interpay Debit Card Services. 173 NO, NORPRO Norwegian electronic data interchange standards organization. 174 DE, DIN (Deutsches Institut fuer Normung) German standardization institute. 175 FCI (Factors Chain International) Factors Chain International. 176 BR, Banco Central do Brazil Brazilian central bank. 177 AU, LIFA (Life Insurance Federation of Australia) Life Insurance Federation of Australia. 178 AU, SAA (Standards Association of Australia) Standards Association of Australia. 179 US, Air transport association of America U.S. -based trade association representing the major North American scheduled airlines. 180 DE, BIA (Berufsgenossenschaftliches Institut fuer Arbeitssicherheit) German institute of the workmen's compensation board. 181 Edibuild EDI organization for companies in the construction industry. 182 US, Standard Carrier Alpha Code (Motor) Organisation maintaining the SCAC lists and transportation operating in North America. 183 US, American Petroleum Institute US-based trade association representing oil and natural gas producers, shippers, refineries, marketers, and major suppliers to the industry. 184 AU, ACOS (Australian Chamber of Shipping) The national organisation for the maritime industry in Australia. 185 DE, BDI (Bundesverband der Deutschen Industrie e.V.) German industry association. 186 US, GSA (General Services Administration) The US General Services Administration. 187 US, DLMSO (Defense Logistics Management Standards Office) The Defense Logistics Management Standards Office. 188 US, NIST (National Institute of Standards and Technology) The US National Institute of Standards and Technology. 189 US, DoD (Department of Defense) The US Department of Defense. 190 US, VA (Department of Veterans Affairs) The Department of Veterans Affairs. 191 IAPSO (United Nations Inter-Agency Procurement Services Office) United Nations organization responsible for maintaining the United Nations Common Coding System (UNCCS) which is used extensively by UN agencies in procurement and statistical analysis. 192 Shipper's association Code assigned by a shipper's association. 193 EU, European Telecommunications Informatics Services (ETIS) European Telecommunications Informatics Services is a non-profit cooperative organisation owned by European public network operators, working in the field of information technology. 194 AU, AQIS (Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service) Australian Quarantine and Inspection Service. 195 CO, DIAN (Direccion de Impuestos y Aduanas Nacionales) The Colombian customs organization. 196 US, COPAS (Council of Petroleum Accounting Society) Organization supplying codes of oil field equipment and tubular goods used by joint operators in the petroleum industry. 197 US, DISA (Data Interchange Standards Association) The organization maintaining code lists under the administration of the data interchange standards association. 198 CO, Superintendencia Bancaria De Colombia The organization which assigns identification numbers to financial institutions conducting business in Colombia. 199 FR, Direction de la Comptabilite Publique The French public accounting office. 200 GS1 Netherlands Organisation responsible for the GS1 System in The Netherlands. 201 US, WSSA(Wine and Spirits Shippers Association) United States based Wine and Spirits Shippers association. 202 PT, Banco de Portugal Portuguese Central Bank. 203 FR, GALIA (Groupement pour l'Amelioration des Liaisons dans l'Industrie Automobile) The national organisation representing France in ODETTE (Organisation for Data Exchanges through Tele- Transmission in Europe). 204 DE, VDA (Verband der Automobilindustrie E.V.) The national organisation representing Germany in ODETTE (Organisation for Data Exchange through Tele- Transmission in Europe). 205 IT, ODETTE Italy The national organisation representing Italy in ODETTE (Organisation for Data Exchange through Tele- Transmission in Europe). 206 NL, ODETTE Netherlands The national organisation representing Netherlands in ODETTE (Organisation for Data Exchange through Tele- Transmission in Europe). 207 ES, ODETTE Spain The national organisation representing Spain in ODETTE (Organisation for Data Exchange through Tele- Transmission in Europe). 208 SE, ODETTE Sweden The national organisation representing Scandinavian countries in ODETTE (Organisation for Data Exchange through Tele-Transmission in Europe). 209 GB, ODETTE United Kingdom The national organisation representing UK in ODETTE (Organisation for Data Exchange through Tele- Transmission in Europe). 210 EU, EDI for financial, informational, cost, accounting, auditing and social areas (EDIFICAS) - Europe European association dealing with accounting and auditing. 211 FR, EDI for financial, informational, cost, accounting, auditing and social areas (EDIFICAS) - France French association dealing with accounting and auditing. 212 DE, Deutsch Telekom AG German telecommunication services agency. 213 JP, NACCS Center (Nippon Automated Cargo Clearance System Operations Organization) NACCS (Nippon Automated Cargo Clearance System Operation Organization) Center is the operations organization of the automated cargo clearance system in Japan. 214 US, AISI (American Iron and Steel Institute) American iron and steel institute. 215 AU, APCA (Australian Payments Clearing Association) Australian association responsible for the management of payment clearing. 216 US, Department of Labor To identify the United States department of labour. 217 US, N.A.I.C. (National Association of Insurance Commissioners) To identify the United States, National Association of Insurance Commissioners. 218 GB, The Association of British Insurers An association that administers code lists on behalf of the UK insurance community. 219 FR, d'ArvA Value added network administering insurance code lists on behalf of the French insurance community. 220 FI, Finnish tax board Finnish tax board. 221 FR, CNAMTS (Caisse Nationale de l'Assurance Maladie des Travailleurs Salaries) The French public institution funding health-care for salaried workers. 222 DK, Danish National Board of Health The national authority responsible for the supervision of health activities in Denmark. 223 DK, Danish Ministry of Home Affairs The ministry responsible for all interior affairs concerning the Danish people. 224 US, Aluminum Association Organization that assigns identification numbers for the aluminum industry. 225 US, CIDX (Chemical Industry Data Exchange) Organization that assigns identification numbers for the chemical Industry. 226 US, Carbide Manufacturers Organization that assigns identification numbers for the iron and carbide manufacturing industry. 227 US, NWDA (National Wholesale Druggist Association) Organization that assigns identification numbers for the wholesale drug industry. 228 US, EIA (Electronic Industry Association) Organization that assigns identification numbers for the electronic industry. 229 US, American Paper Institute Organization that assigns identification numbers for the American paper industry. 230 US, VICS (Voluntary Inter-Industry Commerce Standards) Organization that assigns identification numbers for the retail industry. 231 Copper and Brass Fabricators Council Organization that assigns identification numbers for the copper and brass fabricators industry. 232 GB, Inland Revenue Code identifying the government department responsible for assessing and collecting revenue consisting of taxes and inland duties in Great Britain. 233 US, OMB (Office of Management and Budget) Codes are assigned by the United States Office of Management and Budget. 234 DE, Siemens AG Siemens AG, Germany. 235 AU, Tradegate (Electronic Commerce Australia) Australian industry body coordinating codes for use in local and international commerce and trade. 236 US, United States Postal Service (USPS) Code specifying the official postal service of the United States. 237 US, United States health industry Code assigned by the United States health industry. 238 US, TDCC (Transportation Data Coordinating Committee) United States Transportation Data Coordinating Committee. 239 US, HL7 (Health Level 7) United States, electronic data interchange standards- making organization, Health Level 7. 240 US, CHIPS (Clearing House Interbank Payment Systems) United States financial clearing house. 241 PT, SIBS (Sociedade Interbancaria de Servicos) Portuguese automated clearing house. 244 US, Department of Health and Human Services United States Department of Health and Human Services. 245 GS1 Denmark Organisation responsible for the GS1 System in Denmark. 246 GS1 Germany Organisation responsible for the GS1 System in Germany. 247 US, HBICC (Health Industry Business Communication Council) Code identifying the United States HIBCC (Health Industry Business Communication Council). 248 US, ASTM (American Society of Testing and Materials) A not-for-profit organization that provides a forum for producers, users, ultimate consumers, and those having a general interest (representatives of government and academia) to meet on common ground and write standards for materials, products, systems, and services. 249 IP (Institute of Petroleum) An independent European centre for the advancement and dissemination of technical, economic and professional knowledge relating to the international oil and gas industry. 250 US, UOP (Universal Oil Products) An United States based organization that provides products, services and technology primarily in the areas of petroleum refining, olefins, aromatics, and gas processing. 251 AU, HIC (Health Insurance Commission) Australian agency responsible for administering the Health Insurance Act. 252 AU, AIHW (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare) Australian statutory authority responsible for the national collection of health related statistics and health related data definitions. 253 AU, NCCH (National Centre for Classification in Health) Australian national authority responsible for healthcare classifications. 254 AU, DOH (Australian Department of Health) Australian government department responsible for administration of health policy. 255 AU, ADA (Australian Dental Association) Industry association responsible for the classification of dental services in Australia. 256 US, AAR (Association of American Railroads) The official United States organization of the railroads in North America. 257 ECCMA (Electronic Commerce Code Management Association) The Electronic Commerce Code Management Association, a not for profit membership organization, which manages codes used in electronic commerce. 258 JP, Japanese Ministry of Transport Japanese Ministry of Transport. 259 JP, Japanese Maritime Safety Agency Japanese Maritime Safety Agency. 260 ebIX (European forum for energy Business Information eXchange) A code to identify European forum for energy Business Information eXchange, which is an organization standardizing the use of EDI between the participants in the European energy market. 261 EEG7, European Expert Group 7 (Insurance) European Expert Group 7 for Insurance. 262 DE, GDV (Gesamtverband der Deutschen Versicherungswirtschaft e.V.) Gesamtverband der Deutschen Versicherungswirtschaft e.V. (German Insurance Association). 263 CA, CSIO (Centre for Study of Insurance Operations) The Centre for Study of Insurance Operations (CSIO) in Canada. 264 FR, AGF (Assurances Generales de France) Code lists are administered by Assurances Generales de France (AGF). 265 SE, Central bank Swedish central bank. 266 US, DoA (Department of Agriculture) Department of Agriculture, United States federal agency. 267 RU, Central Bank of Russia Central bank of Russia. 268 FR, DGI (Direction Generale des Impots) French taxation authority. 269 GRE (Reference Group of Experts) An international association that administers code lists on behalf of business credit information users and providers. 270 Concord EDI group An organisation of international transport equipment leasing companies and transport equipment repair providers responsible for promoting the use of EDI standards and standard business terms. 271 InterContainer InterFrigo European railway associated organisation involved in the transport of containers by rail. 272 Joint Automotive Industry agency The Joint Automotive Industry (JAI) agency is in charge of code lists that are common to automotive industry groups. 273 CH, SCC (Swiss Chambers of Commerce) Swiss Chambers of Commerce. 274 ITIGG (International Transport Implementation Guidelines Group) ITIGG is the UN/EDIFACT transport message development group's organisation responsible for the issuance of globally harmonised transport-related codes. 275 ES, Banco de España The Spanish central bank. 276 Assigned by Port Community Codes assigned by the Port Community. 277 BIGNet (Business Information Group Network) Identifies the Business Information Group Network, an international trade alliance that administers code lists on behalf of business information users and providers. 278 Eurogate An international trade alliance that administers code lists on behalf of business information users and providers. 279 NL, Graydon Identifies the Graydon Corporation in the Netherlands. 280 FR, Euler A company in France responsible for assigning codes in the credit insurance industry. 281 GS1 Belgium and Luxembourg Organisation responsible for the GS1 System in Belgium and Luxembourg. 282 DE, Creditreform International e.V. Identifies the Creditreform International e.V. in Germany (e.V.: eingetragener Verein). 283 DE, Hermes Kreditversicherungs AG Identifies the Hermes Kreditversicherungs AG in Germany (AG: Aktiengesellschaft). 284 TW, Taiwanese Bankers' Association Code identifying the organization responsible for the issuance of bank related codes in Taiwan. 285 ES, Asociación Española de Banca Code identifying the organization responsible for the issuance of bank related codes in Spain. 286 SE, TCO (Tjänstemännes Central Organisation) The Swedish Confederation of Professional Employees. 287 DE, FORTRAS (Forschungs- und Entwicklungsgesellschaft für Transportwesen GMBH) German research and development institute for transport matters. 288 OSJD (Organizacija Sotrudnichestva Zeleznih Dorog) Code identifying OSJD, Organisation for Co-operation of Railways. 289 JP,JIPDEC/ECPC (Japan Information Processing Development Center / Electronic Commerce Promotion Center) JIPDEC/ECPC is a nonprofit foundation for promoting electronic commerce, and is the registration agency of the standard company code in Japan. 290 JP, JAMA Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, Inc. 291 JP, JAPIA Japan Auto Parts Industries Association. 292 FI, TIEKE The Information Technology Development Centre of Finland The national organization representing Finland in electronic data interchange for trade and industry. 293 DE, BDEW (Bundesverband der Energie- und Wasserwirtschaft e.V.) The Federal Association of Energy and Water (BDEW) is the trade association of the German industries for natural gas, electricity supply, long-distance heating and water supply. 294 GS1 Austria Organisation responsible for the GS1 System in Austria. 295 AU, Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration Austrialian administration responsible for the regulation of therapeutic goods in Australia. 296 ITU (International Telecommunication Union) International Telecommunication Union. 297 IT, Ufficio IVA Ufficio responsabile gestione partite IVA is the Italian Institute issuing VAT registration numbers. 298 GS1 Spain Organisation responsible for the GS1 System in Spain. 299 BE, Seagha Organisation responsible for assigning maritime related identification numbers in Belgian ports. 300 SE, Swedish International Freight Association Swedish International Freight Association (SIFA). 301 DE, BauDatenbank GmbH The organisation responsible for issuing and maintaining commodity codes for use in the German construction industry. 302 DE, Bundesverband des Deutschen Textileinzelhandels e.V. The organisation responsible for issuing and maintaining commodity codes for use in the German textile industry. 303 GB, Trade Service Information Ltd (TSI) A United Kingdom authority responsible for the allocation of identification codes to products in the building sector. 304 DE, Bundesverband Deutscher Heimwerker-, Bau- und Gartenfachmaerkte e.V. The organisation responsible for issuing and maintaining commodity codes for use in German stores for do-it- yourself, construction and garden articles. 305 ETSO (European Transmission System Operator) The European organisation representing the electrical industry transmission system operators. 306 SMDG (Ship-planning Message Design Group) User Group for Shipping Lines and Container Terminals. 307 JP, Ministry of Justice Japanese Ministry of Justice. 309 JP, JASTPRO (Japan Association for Simplification of International Trade Procedures) JASTPRO is a nonprofit organization for simplifying international trade procedures and is the responsible agency for the registration of the "Japan Exporters and Importers Standard Code". 310 DE, SAP AG (Systeme, Anwendungen und Produkte) Systeme, Anwendungen und Produkte (German software company). 311 JP, TDB (Teikoku Databank, Ltd.) TDB (Teikoku Databank, Ltd.) conducts corporate credit research and maintains company codes based on research activities for supporting business transactions in Japan. 312 FR, AGRO EDI EUROPE French association developing EDI in the agricultural and food processing sectors. 313 FR, Groupement National Interprofessionnel des Semences et Plants French organization of seed and plant professionals responsible for assigning codes in the botanical seed sectors. 314 OAGi (Open Applications Group, Incorporated) Open Applications Group, Incorporated. 315 US, STAR (Standards for Technology in Automotive Retail) Standards for Technology in Automotive Retail. 316 GS1 Finland Organisation responsible for the GS1 system in Finland. 317 GS1 Brazil Organisation responsible for the GS1 system in Brazil. 318 IETF (Internet Engineering Task Force) IETF - Internet Engineering Task Force. 319 FR, GTF Group of Terrestrial Freight Forwarders. 320 DK, Danish National IT and Telcom Agency (ITA) Code specifying the Danish National IT and Telcom Agency as codelist responsible Agency. 321 EASEE-Gas (European Association for the Streamlining of Energy Exchange for gas) The European organization whose working group [email protected] is responsible for the management of gas related codes and messages. 322 IS, ICEPRO Icelandic committee of e-commerce and trade procedures. 323 PROTECT A group of European ports, national competent authorities and port community systems exchanging information about dangerous goods and vessel movements. 324 GS1 Ireland Organisation responsible for the GS1 system in Ireland. 325 GS1 Russia Organisation responsible for the GS1 system in Russia. 326 GS1 Poland Organisation responsible for the GS1 system in Poland. 327 GS1 Estonia Organisation responsible for the GS1 system in Estonia. 328 Assigned by ultimate recipient of the message A code assigned by the party who is the ultimate recipient of the message. 329 Assigned by loading dock operator The code is assigned by the operator of a loading dock. 330 Nordic Ediel Group A code to identify the Nordic Ediel Group, which is an organization standardizing the use of EDI between the participants in the Nordic energy market. Note: 1. In D13.A this code value was inadvertantly reassigned to EXIS. Now EXIS is under code 399 in DE 3055. This note will be deleted as of D14.A directory. 331 US, Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) A division of the US Department of Agriculture. AMS inspects and grades agricultural products and gathers import and export statistics for farm products. 332 DE, DVGW Service & Consult GmbH Subsidiary of DVGW German Technical and Scientific Association for Gas and Water. As a technical standardization organization, the DVGW promotes technical standards for the production, transportation, distribution and use of gas and drinking water in the Federal Republic of Germany. 333 US, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) A division of the US Department of Agriculture. APHIS regulates the import and export of plants, animals and their products. 334 US, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) A division of the US Department of Labor. BLS is the principal fact-finding agency for the Federal Government in the broad field of labor economics and statistics. 335 US, Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) A division of the US Department of Transportation. BTS administers data collection, analysis, and reporting and to ensure the most cost-effective use of transportation- monitoring resources. 336 US, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) A division of US Department of Homeland Security. 337 US, Center for Disease Control (CDC) A division of the US Department of Health and Human Services. CDC promotes health and quality of life by preventing and controlling disease, injury, and disability. 338 US, Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) An independent commission within the US federal government. CPSC works to protect consumers from products that pose a fire, electrical, chemical, or mechanical hazard or can injure children. 339 US, Directorate of Defense Trade Controls (DDTC) A division of the US Department of State. DDTC is charged with controlling the export and temporary import of defense articles and defense services covered by the United States. 340 US, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) An independent agency within the US federal government. EPA registers and controls imports of pesticides, Ozone Depleting Substances, and bulk chemicals; controls conformity of vehicles and engines to the Clean Air Act, and tracks hazardous wastes. 341 US, Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) A division of the US Department of Transportation. FAA is responsible for the safety of hazardous materials shipments when flown into and from US air space. 342 US, Foreign Agriculture Service (FAS) A division of the US Department of Agriculture. FAS works to improve foreign market access for US products, build new markets, improve the competitive position of US agriculture in the global marketplace, and provide food aid and technical assistance to foreign countries. 343 US, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) A division of the US Department of Transportation. FMCSA is focused on reducing crashes, injuries, and fatalities involving large trucks and buses. 344 US, Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) A division of the US Department of Agriculture. FSIS is responsible for ensuring that the nation's commercial supply of meat, poultry, and egg products is safe, wholesome, and correctly labeled and packaged. 345 US, Foreign Trade Zones Board (FTZB) FTZB licenses, regulates, and monitors the activity of foreign-trade zones (FTZ) in the United States. 346 US, The Grain Inspection, Packers and Stockyards Administration (GIPSA) A division of the US Department of Agriculture. GIPSA facilitates the marketing of livestock, poultry, meat, cereals, oilseeds, and related agricultural products, and promotes fair and competitive trading practices for the overall benefit of consumers and American agriculture. 347 US, Import Administration (IA) A division of the US Department of Commerce. IA enforces the US unfair trade laws (i.e., the anti-dumping and countervailing duty laws) and develops and implements other policies and programs aimed at countering foreign unfair trade practices. 348 US, Internal Revenue Service (IRS) A division of the US Department of the Treasury. IRS collects excise taxes on imports and on conveyances involved in international traffic. 349 US, International Trade Commission (ITC) An independent commission. ITC investigates the effects of dumped and subsidized imports on domestic industries and conducts global safeguard investigations. 350 US, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) A division of the US Department of Transportation. NHTSA monitors the importation of motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment to ensure compliance with applicable Federal motor vehicle safety standards. 351 US, National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) A division of the US Department of Commerce. NMFS issues permits to support their effort to regulate commercial and recreational international transactions involving resources such as such as swordfish, tooth fish, and tuna while overseeing the management, conservation and protection of living marine resources within the areas of ocean surrounding the United States. 352 US, Office of Fossil Energy (OFE) A division of the US Department of Energy. 353 US, Office of Foreign Missions (OFM) A division of the US Department of State. OFM provides the legal foundation to facilitate secure and efficient operations of US missions abroad, and of foreign missions and international organizations in the United States. 354 US, Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (OES) A division of the US Department of State. OES works with issues surrounding foreign policy formulation and implementation in global environment, science, and technology. 355 US, Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) A division of the US Department of Defense (Navy). 356 US, Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) A division of the US Department of Transportation. PHMSA works to protect the American public and the environment by ensuring the safe and secure movement of hazardous materials to industry and consumers by all transportation modes, including the nation's pipelines. 357 US, Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) A division of the US Department of the Treasury. TTB collects alcohol, tobacco, firearms, and ammunition excise taxes; to ensure that these products are labeled, advertised, and marketed in accordance with the law; and administers the laws and regulations. 358 US, Army Corp of Engineers (USACE) A division of the US Department of Defense (Army). USACE protects the US aquatic resources, while allowing reasonable development through fair, flexible and balanced permit decisions. 359 US, Agency for International Development (USAID) USAID is an independent US federal government agency. USAID supports long-term and equitable economic growth and advances US foreign policy objectives. 360 US, Coast Guard (USCG) A division of US Department of Homeland Security. USCG is a military branch of the United States involved in maritime law, mariner assistance, and search and rescue. 361 US, Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) An office within the US Executive Branch, Office of the President. USTR negotiates directly with foreign governments to create trade agreements; resolves disputes and participates in global trade policy organizations; meets with governments, business groups, legislators and public interest groups to gather input on trade issues; and explains the president’s trade policy positions. 362 International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) An inter-governmental fishery organization responsible for the conservation of tunas and tuna-like species in the Atlantic Ocean and its adjacent seas. 363 Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission (IATTC) An organization responsible for the conservation and management of fisheries for tunas and other species taken by tuna-fishing vessels in the eastern Pacific Ocean. 364 Commission for the Conservation of Southern Bluefin Tuna (CCSBT) An organization which oversees the management and conservation of southern blue fin tuna. 365 Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC) An intergovernmental organization mandated to manage tuna and tuna-like species in the Indian Ocean and adjacent seas. 366 International Botanical Congress International organization responsible for the international identification of botanical species. 367 International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature International organization responsible for the International Code of Zoological Nomenclature (ICZN). 368 International Society for Horticulture Science International organization responsible for the International Code of Nomenclature for Cultivated Plants (ICNCP). 369 Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) Chemical Abstract Service (CAS) is a division of the American Chemical Society (ACS) responsible for the CAS registry. 370 Social Security Administration (SSA) The Social Security Administration (SSA) is an independent agency of the US government. SSA issues Social Security Numbers (SSN) used to identify parties/entities in a trade transaction. 371 INMARSAT Satellite communications organization that provides vessel call sign used by ships as an identifier. 372 Agent of ship at the intended port of arrival Name and contact details of the agent of the ship at the intended port of arrival. 373 US Air Force The aerial warfare division of the U.S. Department of Defense. 374 US, Bureau of Explosives A self-policing agency to promote the safe transportation of explosives and other hazardous materials on roads and railways. 375 Basel Convention Secretariat Agency which maintains the list and specifications of goods for control of transboundary movements of hazardous wastes and their disposal. 376 PANTONE Color code controlling organisation. 377 IS, National Registry of Iceland The national registry of Iceland, responsible for legal registration ID for persons. 378 IS, Internal Revenue Directorate of Iceland Tax authorities of Iceland, responsible for VAT codes and registration ID for legal entities. 379 IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority) The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA) is responsible for the global coordination of the DNS Root, IP addressing, and other Internet protocol resources. 380 Korea Customs Service The customs services department of the Government of the Republic of Korea. 381 Israel Tax Authority The customs and taxation services department of the State of Israel. 382 Israeli Ministry of Interior The Ministry of the State of Israel that is responsible for interior affairs including the issue of passports / travel documents. 383 FR, LUMD (Logistique Urbaine Mutualisée Durable) Logistique Urbaine Mutualisée Durable, French organisation in charge of Urban Logistics. 384 DE, BiPRO (Brancheninitiative Prozessoptimierung) BiPRO is the German association of Insurance Companies, Brokers and Software Suppliers responsible for the development of standards for use by the insurance industry. 385 JO, Jordan Ministry of Agriculture The Authority for agriculture in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. 386 JO, Jordan Customs The Customs Authority of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. 387 JO, Jordan Food & Drug Administration The Food & Drug Administration of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. 388 JO, Jordan Institution for Standards and Metrology The Institution for Standards and Metrology of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. 389 JO, Jordan Telecommunication Regulatory Commission The national authority of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan concerned with the regulation of telecommunications. 390 JO, Jordan Nuclear Regulatory Commission The Nuclear Regulatory Commission of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. 391 JO, Jordan Ministry of Environment The government department of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan responsible for the protection of the environment. 392 Hazardous waste collector Party collecting hazardous waste. 393 Hazardous waste generator Party generating hazardous waste. 394 Marketing agent Party authorized to market a product. 395 BE, TELEBIB Centre The TELEBIB Centre is the Belgian association of Insurance Companies, Brokers and Software Suppliers responsible for the development of standards for use by the insurance industry. 396 BE, BNB The Belgian National Bank, which delivers identifiers for, amongst others, Insurers and Re-insurers. 397 BE, FSMA The Belgian Financial Services Market Authority, which delivers identifiers for, amongst others, Intermediaries in insurance business. 398 FR, PHAST French association responsible for standardization, coordination and promotion of EDI and Data Exchange applications in Health and Hospital sector. 399 EXIS (Exis Technologies Ltd.) Exis Technologies Ltd. is the system developer of the electronic International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code) for the International Maritime Organization. Note: 1. In D13.A EXIS was erroneously allocated code 330. Now this has been corrected. This note will be deleted as of D14.A directory. 400 FAO (Food and Agriculture Organisation) Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations. 401 CH, Spedlogswiss Swiss Freight Forwarding and Logistics Association. + 402 JP, National Tax Agency National Tax Agency Japan. ZZZ Mutually defined A code assigned within a code list to be used on an interim basis and as defined among trading partners until a precise code can be assigned to the code list.

Data Element Cross Reference

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