KARACHI: Customs Directorate of Post Clearance Audit (PCA) is planning to switch entire working of the department on electronic systems.
Sources informed Customs Today that the PCA authorities in order to make the working of the directorate through computerized system have held several meetings and decided to switch data of the directorate from manual to computerized system during the time frame of three to four months.
Sources further informed that the authorities concerned of the directorate want to send show-cause, contravention reports, audit observations and other related documents to the concerned authorities/importers through emails and seek their response on the same way in order to eliminate man-to-man contact for making the system transparent.
The sources further revealed that the authorities concerned of PCA are in continuous touch with the authorities of the Directorate of Reforms and Automation in this regard.
It is pertinent to mention here that the Director General PCA, Junaid Akram also visited Custom House, last week in which he held meeting with the Director of Reforms & Automation, Abdul Majid Yousufani in order to make the PCA Module operational in near future, so that working of the department could be improved further.
Responding to a query, the sources disclosed that the continues working on PCA Module by the authorities concerned of Reforms & Automation will take hardly four months to make the module operational at headquarters level.