17/12/2020

UPDATES: Customs; Northern Ireland; HMRC resources; and Public Procurement

Please see the latest Business Readiness updates below.

The UK has left the EU, and the Brexit transition period comes to an end this year, in 15 days time. Take action now to get ready for new rules from January 2021.

Customs
Register to make an entry summary declaration in Great Britain: Use the S&S GB service if you import goods into Great Britain and need to make an entry summary declaration.
Register to make an entry summary declaration in Great Britain: service availability and issues: Check the availability and any issues affecting the register to make an entry summary declaration in Great Britain service.

Northern Ireland

UK Trader Scheme launched to support businesses moving goods from Great Britain to Northern Ireland: Businesses urged to consider what they need to do before their first movement of goods after 1 January 2021.
Apply for authorisation for the UK Trader Scheme if you bring goods into Northern Ireland from 1 January 2021: Find out how to get authorised to declare goods you bring into Northern Ireland not ‘at risk’ of moving to the EU so that EU duty will not be payable on those goods.

HMRC resources
HMRC Brexit transition communications resources: Added ‘Travellers Communication Pack’ resources for partners and stakeholders.

Public Procurement
Green Paper: Transforming public procurement: The government’s goal is to speed up and simplify procurement processes.
Procurement Policy Note 11/20: Reserving below threshold procurements This procurement policy note set out the options that may be considered by Contracting Authorities when procuring contracts for goods, services and works with a value below the applicable thresholds.

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