data analysis for effective border management
09 Mar 2017
Data Analysis for effective border management
“Customs already has a substantial amount of data at its disposal, beginning with data submitted for the Customs clearance process,” wrote the Secretary-General of the World Customs Organization in the official magazine of the global Institution — WCO News.
Following Dr Kunio Mikuriya: “thanks to the development of digital technology, Customs can tap into data from other government agencies, commercially available databases, and open sources information platforms, such as digitised global public records and multilingual news sources”.
All this explains why the Secretary-General has defined “Data Analysis for Effective Border Management” as the WCO’s annual theme for 2017.
The last edition of the WCO News develops a full comprehensive core thematic section on the matter. A dossier in which Dr Kunio Mikuriya declares his confidence in the innovative future of the WCO by stating: “Data, used in conjunction with analytics and other emerging technologies, will, I am quite sure, provide us with new opportunities to realise our objectives”.
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