Government and Public Sector
Proven leading edge solutions that assure compliance, reduce costs and facilitate trade.
3CE was founded in response to government accounts of profound and chronic trade compliance reporting problems – specifically, customs commodity classification errors and related duty underpayments.
Our single-minded focus on ensuring the reliability of declared import and export commodity information has placed us squarely at the forefront of customs risk management, post-entry audit, and electronic single window initiatives.
Our HS code verification solutions act as force multipliers- allowing authorities to monitor the completeness and accuracy of 100% of entries discreetly, and without the need to hire armies of classification experts.
Our commodity classification tools stand alone in their ability to balance the stringent requirements of import and export compliance with the objectives of export promotion and trade facilitation.
Our government customers represent a broad spectrum of public sector stakeholders – from agencies responsible for administration and enforcement of import and export laws to bodies charged with developing trade policy and promoting domestic exports.
Our innovative and successful approach to compliance management also extends to our business model, which includes a public private partnership option – essentially eliminating governments cost and alleviating its risk of building, deploying and maintaining the solution.
Since we began offering our compliance management solutions, our public sector clients have realized measurable positive impacts in the following areas:
- Proper assessment and timely collection of duties and taxes
- Improved enforcement of relevant statutory provisions
- Accuracy in import and export statistical information
- Elevated standard of service delivery to clients and stakeholders
- Productivity gains for entry review and post-entry audit functions
- Leveling of the playing field for companies that are compliant
- Elimination of discretion and uncertainty in the application of import and export laws