Detailed Concept Paper on Faceless E-Assessment issued by CBIC requesting suggestions from stakeholders
- On February 20, 2020
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With the ever-advancing technologies and the need to make the complex outdated procedures simple, the Central Board of Indirect Taxes and Customs (CBIC) is taking new measures.
A detailed concept paper on Faceless E-Assessment has been issued by CBIC and it has even asked for suggestions from the stakeholders which need to be submitted by 3rd March 2020.
CBIC released a notice to the general public and the trade in regard to the launch of Faceless E-Assessment for imported goods. All the members of the trade or stakeholders have been requested to confer their opinions/ views/ comments on the Concept Paper latest by 3rd March 2020. The site on which you can submit your suggestions is email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org which in turn can facilitate finalization of the matter.
We have mentioned the pointers covered in the concept paper note for the stakeholders –
- A journey towards Faceless Assessment.
- Existing Structure of Commissionerates.
- Future Structure of Commissionerates.
- Functions of National Assessment Commissionerates [NACs] and Jurisdictional Port Commissionerates [JPCs].
- Proposed National Assessment Commissionerates [NACs].
- Procedure for Assessment of Bill of Entry by FAGs.
- Speaking Order.
- Appellate proceedings.
- Review proceedings.
- Exchange of communication exclusively by electronic mode and Authentication of electronic records.
- Board to specify the format, mode, procedure, and processes.
To read the detailed concept paper on Faceless E-Assessment go to: http://www.cbic.gov.in/resources/htdocs-cbec/draft-circ/e-assessment_1802.pdf