Trade Facilitation and E-business(UN/CEFACT)
Key areas of work
22 July 2021: UN/CEFACT is pleased to launch a call for participation for the project "Application Programming Interface Technical Specification". This project aims to develop a technical specification in order to move from Reference Data Model (RDM) based deliverables to a standardized API which retains the richness of information available in RDMs. A kick-off meeting of this project is planned on Tuesday, 27 July 2021. If you would like more information, please contact the project lead: Ian Watt
21 July 2021: This is to announce a 60-day public review until 20 September 2021 concerning the Cross Border Management Reference Data Model. Please use the Public Comment Log provided to facilitate the preparation of a Disposition Log by the Project Team.
21 July 2021: UN/CEFACT is pleased to launch a call for participation for the project "Single Window Assessment Methodology SWAM". The project will develop additional indicators enabling the state governments to evaluate the level of development of an Single Window and to answer the question: ‘To what extent does the existing facility meet the requirements of trade facilitation and international practice and international organizations’ recommendations?’. If you would like more information, please contact the project lead: Joaquin Eugenio Gonzalez Galvan
6 July 2021: UN/CEFACT would like to remind users that the cut-off date for submissions of DMRs for UN/CCL D.21B and UN/EDIFACT D.21B is 6 August 2021.
6 July 2021: UNECE Secretariat has released the 2021-1 UN/LOCODE directory.
30 June 2021: UN/CEFACT is pleased to launch a call for participation for the project “Consignment Security Declaration (AIR CSD)”. The Consignment Security Declaration (CSD) is a printed form in a standard format which provides security information relating to consignments of air cargo as they move along the supply chain. This project will develop a UN/CEFACT e-business standard based on the Annex 17 to the Chicago Convention. If you would like more information, please contact the project lead: Steve Hill.