TECHNOLOGICAL INFRASTRUCTURE OF THE DEPUTY DIRECTORATE OF CUSTOMS REVENUE (DARA)
In order to provide better quality services and improvements to customs users, the Deputy Directorate of Customs Revenue has implemented in recent months a modern technological infrastructure through development according to the needs of competitiveness, allowing the implementation of mechanisms for exchange of customs information globally, also has defined a portfolio of short-, medium- and term to ensure sustainability of customs operations and guarantee the institutional technological strengthening, which has enabled a reduction in time release and clearance of goods, reducing clearance times by 75% from 3.32 days to 0.82 days average. 2017 2018 (during the same time period) a decrease of 30% was obtained being reported an average of 0.57 days time.
Customs Administration of Honduras, is heading for a continuous transformation, implementing latest technologies, thus meeting the parameters for access to the customs global connectivity.
To provide optimal service and quality care to users and improve conditions for employees, it was launched the process of comprehensive modernization of Customs including improvements in physical infrastructure in the first phase 2018.
By automating customs processes and updating the Automated System for Customs Revenue 2.0 it has increased the access of customs services through technological developments that facilitate access to customs services, expanding access of customs services through care of an average of 1370 users per day; of which 12% through mobile devices and 88% from desktop terminals with updating the technology platform WEB 2.0 SARAH.
Early Goods Import Declaration allows the capture process burden of support, information transmission and payment of tax liabilities documentation is made in advance by streamlining the process of clearance of goods, air, land and sea.