The Single Window Initiative (SWI) enables Importers and Customs Brokers to use Service Option 911 to provide an electronic Integrated Import Declaration (IID) to the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) for the nine Participating Government Departments and Agencies (PGAs). The IID can be for both non-regulated and regulated commodities.
Regulated Commodities — Data Element Matching Criteria
Trade Chain Partners (TCPs) can use the Data Element Matching Criteria Tables to identify commodities regulated by a particular PGA program.
The tables are to be used in conjunction with Chapter 23 – Single Window Initiative, Integrated Import Declaration (IID), Electronic Commerce Client Requirements Document (ECCRD) in order to ensure that all of the mandatory commodity importation data and image requirements are captured.
The information provided on this web site:
- Relates only to those government departments and agencies that are participating in the SWI. It does not include commodities regulated by Other Government Departments (OGDs).
- Applies only to IID Service Option 911, and is not applicable to any of the other Release Service Options.
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