DaziT: for business, with business

DaziT is reducing the cost of customs and tax collection procedures. By the end of 2026, the specialist processes will be gradually simplified, standardised and digitalised throughout.

In the future, companies will be able to meet their obligations around the clock and from any location via an online portal. They will receive an overview of all current and completed transactions. After a one-off registration, they will have access to all of the FCA services. Automatic interfaces will also be offered.

Involvement in the DaziT programme

The increased use of the agile project method in the DaziT programme demands new forms of cooperation between the FCA and business. We want to provide information in a transparent manner and to incorporate the necessary practical knowledge in a targeted way.

Graphik: Zusammenarbeit mit der Wirtschaft

Business will be involved at four levels:

  1. The FCA's management regularly exchanges information with business associations on strategic and technical issues.
  2. The DaziT programme management presents the current state of progress on request via the business associations' communication channels.
  3. The DaziT programme management offers working groups in which interested companies can share their practical experience.
  4. The DaziT programme management provides up-to-date information about DaziT online and informs affected companies in good time before implementing new solutions.

Terms of DaziT

The Terms of DaziT are ground rules agreed upon by the FCA and the business community for implementing the DaziT programme in compliance with a broader framework (legislation, political mandates, Switzerland's international obligations). If necessary, they can be updated through dialogue during the course of the programme.

Business advisory group

The business advisory group serves as a bridge between the strategic and operational levels. It meets three to five times a year and deals with overarching issues. All interested business associations and companies are welcome to participate.

Presentations and minutes (only in german)  

Working groups

DaziT currently offers 8 working groups:
informations and inscriptions (only in german)  

Timetable

Based on the current schedule, the following milestones are particularly relevant from an economic point of view (rolling planning, adjustments possible).

When?

What?

Those concerned?

Q4/2020

Introduction of the Activ app for end-to-end transit

Freight forwarders and transporters in Switzerland and abroad (voluntary, no obligation) 

Q4/2020

Approval of the first EETS provider, EETS available in Switzerland

Foreign transporters (voluntary, no obligation)

Q1/2021

Introduction of the application "Biera" for digitalized beer tax registration via ePortal

Breweries in Switzerland and Liechtenstein with Quarterly declaration (mandatory)

Introduction of ICS 2 phase 1

Swiss Post (air freight only)

Nationwide rollout of the DocBox GUI for obtaining electronic documents from e-dec, including invoices

Small and medium-sized importers or exporters that manually obtain electronic assessment decisions (eVV), for example (WebGUI, no impact on WebService)

Q1/2022 Introduction of the application "Biera" for digizalized beer tax registration vie ePortal Breweries in Switzerland and Liechtenstein with annual declaration (mandatory) 

1.1.2023

Periodic collective declarations possible only with the Periodic app

Holders of a permit for periodic collective declarations (mandatory)

1.6.2023

Launch of Passar 1.0 (new goods traffic system), start of parallel operation with e-dec and NCTS, integration of e-accompanying document/E-Com in Passar 1.0

All customs declarants

1.12.2023

Full operation of Passar 1.0, end of parallel operation, discontinuation of e-dec and NCTS

All customs declarants (mandatory)

Q1/2024

Launch of NETS and NMTS (performance-related HVC, or LSVA), start of parallel operation with LSVA II

Those subject to performance-related HVC, Swiss transporters (mandatory)

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