Customs and Border Protection National Consultative Committee
The Customs and Border Protection National Consultative Committee (CBPNCC) provides a forum for the discussion of strategic Customs and Border Protection related issues which affect the trading community, business and import/export specialists. The Committee is not a decision making body and does not have executive powers or financial responsibility.
The Committee is chaired by the Chief Executive Officer of Customs and Border Protection and following organisations and groups are members:
Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI)
Australian Federation of International Forwarders (AFIF)
Conference of Asia Pacific Express Carriers (CAPEC)
Customs Brokers and Forwarders Council of Australia (CBFCA)
Department of Agriculture
Export Council of Australia (ECA)
Institute of Chartered Accountants (ICA)
Law Council of Australia (LCA)
The Committee met once in Canberra on 15 July 2013.
The secretariat for the Committee can be contacted via C&CTaskforce@customs.gov.au
For more information, see the CBPNCC Terms of Reference (50KB)
The CBPNCC has two Sub-Committees.
CBPNCC Business Sub-Committee
The role of the CBPNCC Business Sub-Committee is to:
- provide technical advice and recommendations to the CBPNCC on Customs matters affecting industry; and
- share best practices and act as a sounding board to resolve problems.
The CBPNCC Business Sub-Committee is a combination of the Service Delivery Sub-Committee and the Administration Policy and Legislation Sub-Committee. This change was endorsed by the CBPNCC at the 14 May 2012 meeting.
The Sub-Committee is chaired by a National Director of Customs and Border Protection and has the same member organisations and groups as the CBPNCC.
The Sub-Committee meets twice a year in Sydney. In 2013 it will be meeting on:
- Tuesday 16 April 2013
- Tuesday 15 October 2013
The secretariat for the Sub-Committee can be contacted via C&CTaskforce@customs.gov.au
For more information, see the CBPNCC Business Sub-Committee Terms of Reference (68KB)
This Sub-Committee’s purpose is to establish a closer working relationship between Customs and Border Protection and third party and in-house software developers, in order to:
- Improve information sharing.
- Create a environment for strategic technological planning.
- Establish quality criteria for integration of Customs and Border Protection and third party software products.
- Establish appropriate test regimes.
- Examine and identify ways to improve communication between Customs and Border Protection and the software development community.
- Develop strategic technology roadmaps to enable improvements to cargo and trade related technological interaction between the government and the software development community.
- Discuss best practice ICT developments with relevance to Customs and Border Protection and the trade and cargo industry.
|CBPNCC Meeting Minutes||CBPNCC Sub-committee Meeting Minutes|
|Meeting 65 - July 2013 (256KB)||April 2013 (235KB) - Business Sub-Committee|
|Meeting 64 - November 2012 (277KB)||November 2012 (160KB) - Technology Sub-committee|
|Meeting 63 - May 2012 (126KB)||August 2012 (196KB) - Technology Sub-committee|
|Meeting 62 - November 2011 (219KB)||August 2012 (137KB) - Business Sub-committee|
|Meeting 61 - June 2011 (248KB)||April 2012 (126KB) - Technology Sub-committee|
|Meeting 60 - December 2010 (83KB)||March 2012 (499KB) Combined Service Delivery and Administrative Policy and Legislation Sub-committee|
|Meeting 59 - 5 May 2010||September 2011 (143KB) - Combined Service Delivery and Administrative Policy and Legislation Sub-committee|
|Meeting 58 - December 2009 (83KB)||May 2011 (252KB) - Combined Service Delivery and Administrative Policy and Legislation Sub-committee|
|Meeting 57 - September 2009 (61KB)||October 2010 (102KB) - Technology Sub-committee|
|Meeting 56 - April 2009 (70KB)||July 2010 (60KB) - Combined Service Delivery and Administration Policy and Legislation Sub-committee|
|March 2010 (111KB) - Technology Sub-committee|
For Minutes of the previous Customs National Consultative Committee (CNCC) meetings from 1999 to 2008 please click here