To promote ease of doing business, the revenue department has decided to launch shortly paperless processing of document sat Chennai and New Delhi on pilot basis.In March 2016, the Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) had stated that it was in process of procuring IT infrastructure to captured igitally signed copies of the supporting trade documents.
“Under project´Saksham´, the CBEC has upgraded its IT infrastructure, which would inter alia be used for introduction of paperless processing under Single Window Interface for Facilitation of Trade,” the Boardsaid.
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