In order to identify risks arising from customs clearance and customs control, a huge layer of information is analyzed. Customs officials use information sources available from the customs authority.

Sources of information used to identify risks by customs officials

  • database of electronic copies of submitted, as well as registered and executed DT;
  • databases of electronic notifications on the direction of goods;
  • database of electronic copies of customs value declarations (TPA) and customs value adjustments (CTS);
  • database of electronic copies of customs credit orders (TPO);
  • preliminary information databases;
  • databases of the arrival of vehicles of international transport to the territory of the Russian Federation;
  • databases of motor vehicles of international transportation;
  • databases of the actual export of goods;
  • electronic reference books of NSI;
  • databases of electronic journals;
  • central register of entities FEA (TsRSVED);
  • information exchange database with the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF);
  • databases of information exchange with the State Customs Service of Ukraine (GTS of Ukraine);
  • databases of information exchange with the Ministry of State Revenues of the Republic of Kazakhstan;
  • databases of information exchange with the State Customs Committee of the Republic of Belarus;
  • databases of information exchange with the Main Customs Administration of the People's Republic of China;
  • databases of information exchange with the customs services of other foreign states (as far as conclusion of relevant agreements);
  • EU foreign trade databases;
  • foreign trade databases of the CIS countries;
  • databases on the results of the IMF foreign trade
  • UN foreign trade databases (Comtrade);
  • international trade databases;
  • database of transaction passports;
  • central currency control database;
  • samples of seal stamps of authorized banks and other competent authorities used for the purpose of currency control and control over the execution of foreign trade barter transactions;
  • databases of information exchange with ministries, federal services and agencies, as well as other organizations (as appropriate agreements are concluded);
  • databases containing information on criminal cases and cases of administrative offenses;
  • a unified information database of law enforcement agencies for the exchange of information on individuals and legal entities suspected of arms trafficking and smuggling;
  • price information provided to customs authorities by producers of goods, subjects of foreign economic activity, carriers and other organizations whose activities are related to foreign trade in goods and their professional associations (associations);
  • Databases created independently;
  • paper carriers DT, TD, DTS, KTS, acts of customs inspections (inspections), as well as commercial and transport documents;
  • operational information;
  • appeals and complaints of citizens and legal entities;
  • requests and information from other regulatory state bodies, local authorities and public associations;
  • requests from deputies of federal and local representative bodies of state power;
  • information obtained from the media;
  • information obtained as a result of operational-search activities;
  • information obtained as a result of the investigation of criminal cases and cases of administrative offenses;
  • information contained in legal acts issued as a result of inspections of customs authorities;
  • information provided by subjects of foreign economic activity on a voluntary basis;
  • information contained in acts of legislation of the Russian Federation governing customs and foreign economic activity;
  • information obtained using inspection and inspection systems;
  • other sources of information, including proprietary analytical materials, information from independent sources of information, price lists of manufacturers of goods, price lists, analysis of market conditions, data from the Internet.

The analysis of information is carried out, as a rule, according to the areas of activity of the divisions of the customs authorities and in accordance with standard criteria for classifying goods and foreign economic operations as risk groups. At the same time, various methods are used, among which we can mention traditional mathematical and statistical methods, target methods, both developed specifically for this risk profile, and independently formulated by the customs officer.