CARM 2.0 full implementation May 13

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Regulatory amendments and financial security regulations required for the full implementation of the CBSA Assessment and Revenue Management system (CARM) have now been published. This publication in the Canada Gazette, Part II, confirms the new regulatory obligations.  The deployment of the next phase of CARM, release 2.0, remains on track for May 13, with the second live testing sessions with industry having ended on March 8. Conversations with industry on transitional rules continue, with the most recent decisions documented on the Canada Border Services Agency website. The CARM Client Portal (CCP) is a service tool available to importers and brokers that facilitates accounting and revenue management processes with the CBSA. To ease the transition to CARM, customs brokers and importers need to register on the CCP in advance of CARM becoming the official system of record for commercial importation.

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