- Spec ID:
Regulatory processes often involve certificates that assert compliance of a shipment with some specification or legislative framework. For example
- A Certificate of Origin (CoO) is issued by an accredited body on behalf of an exporter and is required by the importing regulator. It asserts that the goods in a consignment conform to the terms of a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) and so may attract concenssional duty terms.
- A Certifictae of Non Manipulation (CoNM) is issued by an accredited body on behalf of a transhipment port/country and it asserts that goods in a consignment were not altered during transhipment.
- A PhtoSanitary certificate is issued by an accredity authority on behalf of an exporter of food products and is required to meet the food safety standards of the importing regulator.
- And dozens of others.
In most cases certificates are about a consignment of goods. Accordingly, the edi3 approach to defining the data model of certifictaes is to “attach” certificate data to the existing UN/CEFACT trade and transport data models.
To publish a consistent suite of data models and state lifecycles for various certifictaes used to satisfy regulatory processes and to support the Inter Customs Ledger project.
Certificate types and status:
- A Certificate Of Origin has been defined.
|CoO||Certificate of Origin|
|CoNM||Certificate of Non Manipulation|
|FTA||Free Trade Agreement|
|RDM||Reference Data Model|
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This document is governed by the 2/COSS (COSS).
The key words “MUST”, “MUST NOT”, “REQUIRED”, “SHALL”, “SHALL NOT”, “SHOULD”, “SHOULD NOT”, “RECOMMENDED”, “MAY”, and “OPTIONAL” in this document are to be interpreted as described in RFC 2119.
Certificate Of Origin
The Certificate of Origin (CoO) Data model is drawn from the UN/CEFACT Buy-Ship-Pay reference data model and conforms to the edi3 UML profile specification
- Yellow elements are specific to the CoO. These are very simple - essentially a CoO decorates a standard consignment with a set of origin criteria and adds a document header.
- Green elements are standard UN/CEFACT RDM elements.
- Blue elements are standard enumerations.
To be completed
Certificate of Non Manipulation
To be completed